I would like to remove my vote so I can vote it to “no”.
Valkyrie is an web service so some files can be marked as suspicious but sometimes these files are just false positives, so there is no need for an option to “block” the file. The best way to go is to quarentee the file untill valkyrie has a new veredict for this file and then it gets automaticaly allowed or removed from the computer. So, the two options there “ask to quarantee or allow” are the perfect combination of options. in my point of view…
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Respectfully disagree on this because I feel Valkyrie and Viruscope are designed to flag software while it is running (or at least that’s the way I understand the modules). I do feel the option to submit as a false positive is a good option, however.
That said, I wouldn’t hate if there was a way to unblock the file/application via the Files List or the “Unblock Applications” widget.
This seems like a nice idea, but the more I use Comodo the more I trust the vendors list and the cloud. Just 2 cents, but I think Comodo has turf to defend with their viewpoint of what is trustworthy. Decent chance anything flagged by VS or Valkyrie will probably already have been allowed “through the net”.
P.S.-for me the issue here could be the monitoring of .bat and other scripts. imo, these shouldn’t be blocked by VS or Valk. They should be handled through the Heuristics command-line part of the program. What they do is another matter. If the batch in its run has a history of sketchy behavior, OK then I understand. VS and Valk seem to me best used to watch over normal programs that have been allowed to run. In this light, how they interact with Windows seems important to me, even how they interact with command line interpreters…just not singly enough for a block for an isolated script file, unless maybe it’s spawned by a running program…