CIS is displaying a box showing that it does not recognize chromodo_setup.exe which wants to modify a protected registry key. Chromodo is not new to the computer and was not running. The decision box just popped up and wants to know if I want to ALLOW, BLOCK, etc.
Why is chromodo_setup.exe trying to run, and why is it not recognized by CIS?
I am curious about CIS not recognizing chromodo_setup.exe. It makes me suspicious about the source of chromodo_setup.exe. Since I did not answer the question box about “Allow, Block…”, chromodo_setup.exe apparently uninstalled Chromodo. There is nothing left but the directory name “Chromodo.”
I am also unable to use Dragon from the other computer on my network. Dragon will come up, but it cannot find any pages.
I am wondering how likely it is that an outside program named “chromodo_setup.exe” got into my network, and that is why it was not recognized. Any thoughts?
Thank you very much for mentioning the DNS server. I was not aware of that, but I also don’t think I am using it.
After further investigation, it appears that the setup program for Chromodo is named chromodosetup.exe not chromodo_setup.exe. Perhaps that is why chromodo_setup.exe was not recognized–it is not a Comodo program, it is foreign.