Ok, today is July 5, and the page says the release date for the new version is July 7. The version number for the “new” version is lower than the version number I already have installed. What is going on here? ???
529 was to have been the release but a problem was encountered so 530 was released to correct the issue. It looks like website hasn’t been updated. I’m not sure about the date, it was reported before, perhaps it’s a typo or perhaps the 7th was to have been the official date…
I’m not sure why you’re seeing an update as being available. I just ran a manual update check and it tells me, correctly, that there are no updates.
I received an update notice on 3.10.XXXX.530 today as well. I performed the update. I had made a post earlier about DOS programs not running with 3.10. I received a reply about a temporary fix involving the renaming of guard32.dll. The reply also indicated that this problem would be fixed within the week. The update that I downloaded this morning included a new guard32.dll, published by COMODO, version 3.10.36658.530. So I assume that this latest update was the “fix” referenced earlier. -SA Jack
I don’t think so. If you rename guard32.dll, CIS will want to update because it’s missing. If you update, it will give you a “new” guard32.dll. Since it’s the same .dll as the one you renamed, you’re back in the same boat.
You are absolutely correct. When I booted this morning, I was still unable to access DOS programs. So right after I renamed the new guard32.dll, I received an update notice from Comodo within a few minutes. Although it was not the fix yet, it’s good to see that it monitors files that need to be there. Hopefully, the fix for this issue will be out later this week as indicated.