Comment: The phrase “everything is up to date” at the bottom of the window is rather confusing…some people may think that the cloud scanner has checked to see if all the programs on their computer are up-to-date! They may also assume that Cloud scanner is telling them that windows is up to date! It is more accurate and less confusing to state “Cloud Scanner is up to date”.
Agree with above. Also, should CCS report that it is out of date? I found that CCS (.7 build) reported that it was up to date even when .8 (public release) was available for download. Even left it loaded for a while and then ran a scan but still reporting the .7 was the latest build.
The problem with Comodo Cloud Scanner continually saying it is scanning some dll’s is back. Instead of saying ‘Unable to Analyze’ it continually says scanning. It only did this for the last 4 out of 120 files.
Also I have noticed a minor GUI issue when I start the program and tell it to submit all files. The bar for the first result stays until I scroll down. I actually found the last Release Candidate to be perfectly stable, but this one has the old problems back.
Your Operating System (and whether it’s 32bit/64bit);
Security Software Installed;
Did you try to update CCS on a different operating system? Launch CCS and leave it opened for a few minutes. ‘New version is now available’ should be displayed on the bottom of the window, near the version.
I have tried on my main computer and test tablet. I didn’t leave for a minute (probably 30 secs). Couldn’t CCS be set to check instantly as soon as it’s loaded. I’ll try again on both later (currently in Linux), leave for a minute or so and report back.
I have left .7 loaded for 10 minutes and it is still reporting that this is the latest version. However, this is on my work computer (on domain) so this might be the reason. Once .9 is released, I’ll test again on my 2 home computers.
Edit: Btw, this computer is also XP Pro SP3 (32-bit) with CIS3 installed.