Excuse me for not having been on here for a few days. Have had several BSOD experiences and are attempting to discover what is causing this problem, do not think it is Comodo this time. Have been off-line doing plenty of scans with AntiVir, SBS&D, RootKitRevealer looking for some nefarious or hidden programs. Nothing so far . . .
I do not think, will check farther, there are any whitelisted programs. I also know there is a very LARGE learning curve for me to get thingys set better, that is also a work in progress. I read over as much as I can on here to find hints or instructions for other problems and make me some notes for future references.
Thank you for the screenshots to see what should be, but; is not necessarily so on my system. I am a NEWB on this XP system and have many times made mistakes before learning what is really needed.
To quote you in part:
"One thing you may have done is to accidentally clicked ALLOW and REMEMBER at some point in the past. If so, the LeakTest will pass forevermore. If this is the case, you would have to go out of your way to get it fail.
If, on the other hand, you click BLOCK when you are supposed to, the firewall stops both the injection and the attempted outbound access.
As well as reading the instructions on the LeakTest site as closely as you obviously have, may I recommend the firewall’s help files for your perusal."
End your quote.
I have used Mr. Gibson’s LeakTest before on several occasions and some have failed with another passing. I do also understand about whitelists and the other blacklists, have not setup any in Comodo, as far as I know. NO, I did not click Allow at any time because Comodo never asked any question. I have NOT run it as LeadTest only as those I have posted, ‘iexplore.exe, firefox.exe and cfp.exe’ from a different drive than the loction of the executable for each of those files. Yes, I will read the HELP files for Comodo some more to see what may have been missed or missunderstood. As you can tell from this message and previous ones I am not the smartest, but; with my training wheels help maybe I can regain the high ground.
I thank one and all for their postings here and will now be off for more reading, learning, testing, etceteras,
Happy NewYear for all that find this thread,