I have heard that COMODO is going to release a new antivirus engine or something to increase the detection ;D
I just want to know when will it be released and is it just editing on the hueristics values (Which of course can cause a major number of false positives) or a total rebuild for the hueristics or even an edition ???
I have seen you trashing Comodo all around and everytime people tries to explain you the way Comodo works by not relying solely on the AV definitions, however everytime as well, you just play deaf. It would seem you don’t care or you just have a closed opinion on this subject. I don’t think it’s appropriate for you to keep posting around here if you already have your own thinking with no posibility of listening what others say.
Good luck to you on whatever other AV solution you choose.
Not trying to be nasty in any way however ,while I agree that prevention is a very good thing , how can something be prevented, if you don’t know what to look for ?
Also , if CIS is to be accepted , more than what it already is , it makes sense that CIS be as usable/user friendly as possible, with no compromises in security . I have no problems at all using CIS . Then again , I’ve used CIS since v2 .
You’re not being nasty at all,in fact that’s a perfectly valid question.
You ask how can something be prevented,if you don’t know what is safe or not;well the important thing is that with regards to files on your system there are 3 possibilities:
1:Known malicious files…These are dealt with by the AV/BB.
2:Known safe files…Dealt with by whitelisting.
Third and possibly most important are the unknown files.These are dealt with by being treated as ‘potentially’ malware and as such are kept isolated from the rest of the system by the sandbox.
You’re right that user-friendliness is very important indeed.Earlier versions of CIS required a fair degree of computer knowledge in order to achieve maximum protection,version 5 certainly goes a long way toward being accessible to all users,but there’s always room for improvement.