Bad Database.

Comodo almost never detects PUPs/adware/bloatware. This is most likely because a lot of the software that fits this description doesn’t technically do anything malicious, but PUPs are annoying and can pile up fast if a user doesn’t uncheck those optional offers in setup files (thankfully, these kinds of bundle offers are mostly non existent now)

Comodo needs to take extra care to never whitelist any PUPs and if the PUPs are used to facilitate a scam, (fake issue finders) they should be added to the malware database right away.

A security product that also protects against PUPs is very helpful for keeping a computer running normally.

Hi DrAlrek.

Suggestions should be submitted in the following format. :slight_smile:

We good now?

You should include the question titles so that people know what you are referencing.