Alienware command center unkown?

how do i get these “unknown” files to be known? its just the lighting effects program for my computer.

and the intrusions from teamspeak? any way i can tell it TS is ok?

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You can add the Alienware applications to Trusted Files when you know they are downloaded from a reputable source (and therefor most likely free of malware).

Teamspeak is trying to access CIS files in memory and is getting blocked. That is part of the self protection of CIS. When it does not effect the functionality of Team Speak I would suggest to leave it like that. Every program you allow to have memory access increases vulnerability.

In case you want to allow the memory access by a program:

Select Defense+ → Computer Security Policy.
Scroll down to Comodo Internet Security, select Edit → Protection Settings.
Interprocess memory Access (Active Yes) select Modify → Add -->Now use Running Processes or Browse to point to the concerned file(s) .
Then just “Apply” to each window as you exit.

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this is off topic of this post, but in my last two computer scans, about halfway through, comodo, and everything else, except the mouse and my cpu meter froze. the only way i could remedy both times was a force shutdown. and right after that, my internet has been going incredibly slow. could it be because of an incomplete scan? and is there anything i can do?
Edit: i tried another scan at 20 mb and heuristics at low instead of high. it was a very fast scan and my internet is normal again. :smiley: