I am in the process of downloading Comodo Antivirus, however, I also have CyberHawk and it has challenged Comodo whilst I was typing an email - with the following comments - that Comodo was “logging all my keystrokes” - this is the first time this has happened to me - should i be worried?
CAVS does not, to the best of my knowledge, contain a keylogger. If it did, I’m certain we would have had people on their back legs, waving their arms madly in the air (AKA orangutang mode) long before now. I’m almost 100% certain this is a false positive from Cyberhawk (not common, but not unheard of either).
What version of Cyberhawk are you running and what version of CAVS are you running?
g’day to you too Ewen
The version of CyberHawk i am using is “CyberHawker Pro version 126.96.36.199” (on 14 day free trial) and the CAVS is the current one. I was a little anxious in downloading CAVS because I had to uninstall my resident Antivirus - and whether as a result of this - I picked up a couple of virus’s hereto unknown to me “not-a-virus:Adware” took a devil of a time to get rid of them - so i am sorry to say after the “keylogger” message and the virus problem - i deleted CAVS - I am sure from all the reviews on Comodo products - its a very good “software” but unfortunately, I am not a “Computer Techno” and i easily take fright when I get hit with problems I dont understand - but many thanks for answering my questions
No worries. If it’s OK with you I’ll close this topic.
P.S. Since you’ve quoted a CAVS alert string (“not-a-virus:Adware”) is it possible that CAVS detected stuff that your previous one didn’t?