I initially raised this issue on the help for v3 forum.
There seems to be an incongruity here.
Comodo firewall is security software and the only way it can run is without the additional benefit of the protection afforded by the operating system in the form of DEP!
One could argue that the firewall can run with DEP enabled and this is true but no updating and no submission of suspicious files can take place.
Is there a reason why v3 is not DEP compliant or is this simply an oversight?
we have CMG that will handle all Buffer Overflow attacks as DEP does have its limitations.
CMG will soon be incorporated into CFP as an optional module.
Thanks for the reply.
Went over to the CMG FAQs forum and found my answer.
I initially thought that making Comodo firewall DEP compliant could be viewed as adding an additional layer of security.
It appears that CMG will be incompatible with DEP.
From what I gather your plan is to have CMG incoporated in the firewall in lieu of DEP in view of the additional benefits that will accrue.
Once again Comodo has built the better mousetrap!
Is Memory Guardian built into V3 or do I still have to run it separately?
will be part of it soon.
but it will also be available as a stand alone app.