Hi COMODO ;D
I wanted to show you these 2 tests to compare how COMODO reacts in differents levels of protection and also to decide which settings are best for COMODO 6 to be set as default
and I wanted to note that I know COMODO doesn’t block droping files by an untrusted aplication by default but seriously who wants viruses to be dropped on their machine ???
please deny the virus droping in the next version because it’s better than having to clean your machine every single time + If COMODO doesn’t block viruses on their enterance it might go out of control even before you restart
Hop you enjoy
I think maybe it’s better if COMODO sandbox automaticly deletes the files of the application that is dropped (after it’s closed) if one of them is detected as a virus or the application is uncloseable like some banking application, Even if those files are harmless it could still make COMODO look bad on the prevention test, Also some of those might manngae to modify the system and the registry
That is not possible in the current implementation of the sandbox because it allows regular programs to run but imposes enough restrictions to be able to contain malware. The sandbox cannot distinguish between malware and regular programs.
With v6 Comodo will introduce virtualisation with the automatic sandboxing. However if a scanner would scan the vritual root folder it still would see harmless traces of malware.
Even though modifications to the system and registry may be made when the malware is not running after a reboot the system is not infected.
There is no easy way out here. The world needs to be told how to correctly understand the test results.