COMODO Backup Released!


We are happy to announce the COMODO Backup was released to public. This is just a minor update. Compared to, this update contains a new cos-core-lib.dll which improves speed for browsing/backup/restore to/from Comodo Cloud.

Known Issues

  • Some translations may be incomplete;
  • Sometimes CB launches without its UI or the UI can be erased with items from the desktop;
  • Small GUI issues;

Bug Reports:

Please use this topic to report your bugs. Our moderators collect these bugs and submit them to the devs.

Download Location:

Setup for Windows Vista 32-bit and 64-bit, Windows 2003 Server 32-bit and 64-bit, Windows XP 32-bit and 64-bit, Windows 2008 Server 32-bit and 64-bit, Windows 7 32-bit and 64-bit:

Download locations:

Download link1:

Download link2:

Setup file size & checksums:
34.2 MB (35889832 bytes)
MD5: AA56D8BE49D93BA50F95B2202C4EE1B0
SHA1: 17E0339BD72E9368EC8CAD3D2D105DE4B7427443

Great news, now looks pretty mature, so have decided to migrate to CBU from Idrive. Installing now.

BTW what do you mean by: “or the UI can be erased with items from the desktop”

Best wishes


Sometimes you can click on the desktop items trough CB user interface.


Thanks Emmanuel for the quick reply. Have added some bug reports - hope they are helpful.

Best wishes



When using the ‘Simple Copy’ format, please can you add the option to update only the destination folder with any changes, additions and deletions in the source folder, so the destination folder is always a mirror/copy of the source folder (this is different from the synchronization of both folders).

The above requested option is only available for ‘Disk, Partitions and MBR’ (in Backup Source) and I hope it will become available for ‘Files and Directories’ (in Backup Source) too.

Also, in Backup Type, can you please add a ‘Copy Backup’ (in addition to the incremental and differential backups) so that the destination folder is an exact copy of the source folder (i.e. any changes, additions and deletions in the source folder are copied/mirrored in the destination folder).

Thank you very much.

What you are asking is one way synchronization ( A => B ) any changes performed inside A will be reflected to B. Changes performed on B would not have effect on A. The feature will be available soon.

I’m not sure I understand what is the difference from the request above.