Please report all bugs for CFP v220.127.116.11 Beta 64-Bit in this thread.
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At the Proactive Defense there’s a text that 2 files are waiting for my review. There were 2 files, yes, but i was able to check and move only the second one and can’t do anything with this avast entry (i used checkbox). Any ideas?
This is a minor glitch.
Currently CFP3 got some problems with dinamically generated files. That file is deleted soon after an update, this cause a similiar problem with purge and D+ rules as it is not possible to mark some rule to be retained if the executable is nowhere to be found
I’ve got a big problem on Vista x64. I started to install Comodo firewall, it restarted a few times trying to install a “Comodo Firewall Miniport” driver. Then I uninstalled comodo firewall because it was constantly restarting my computer trying to install these drivers. I then installed the previous version of comodo firewall beta that was working fine before the latest beta install, but it now makes my computer reboot. Then I uninstalled that and the rebooting stopped. I noticed these in my Device Manager which seem to be causing the problem, but they can not be uninstalled by right clicking and selecting uninstall. Can someone please help.
Update: I disabled the devices in device manager and reinstalled comodo firewall and it now seems to be working with no restarting of the computer. But I am still unable to remove these devices from the device manager.
My question was not useful at all You reinstalled Comodo so It list the driver.
You may attempt to run the device menager as Administrator to see it there are some LUA issues.
I don’t have a vista machine at hand. It would be still possible to remove these items in the registry but it is not a wise choice.
The only method to do it properly is using Windows GUI.
Kaspersky Internet Security 7 and Kaspersky Anti-Virus 7 messes with CFP3’s Network Security Policy.
Rules are created but missing from Network Security Policy. Problem verified with Vista 64-bit and WinXP 32-bit.
They have been logged before (i.e., in v18.104.22.168) in an unusual format (multiplied by 256) in the columns for TCP/UDP source and destination port. In the current version, these fields are empty for ICMP packets.
I consider this a bug because it is not possible to control ICMP rules. As you can see on the attached image, there’s no way to understand why a specific packet came through while another one was blocked.
Since I cannot check which rules apply, I cannot confirm egemen’s statement that the bug I reported before is a matter of log visualization only.
I think I have found the conflicting software because I booted back to last good configuration and the change was a VMware install. VMware and Comodo don’t work together and give BSODs. I think it is due to the “virtual” network adapters it installs and Comodo has problems with them.
This configuration without VMware allows Vista x64 to boot and work fine now, but I still have those Comodo Firewall miniports in device manager that can’t be uninstalled.