Comodo Dragon v58.0.3029.113 is now available for download

Hello, everyone!

We are very pleased to announce the release of Comodo Dragon v58.0.3029.113. Comodo Dragon v58 has the Chromium v58 codebase with improved security.

In this new version we have improved the H264, HTML5 and Flash videos playback speed.

The hardware acceleration feature comes default disabled, but it can be easily enabled by unticking the ‘Disable hardware acceleration’ checkbox in the Comodo Dragon settings. This feature is recommended only for Windows 7, 8 and 8.1. On Windows 10, it is recommended to use this feature only if the Creators Edition Updates haven’t been installed.

Comodo Dragon v58.0.3029.112 can be downloaded from:

md5: D9F604E150AB28F2044975F26DDC1C2F
sha1: 77D07456F91F2155D49D7F070B2A48F7D09DE22A
sha256: FAB880E824E4B36259AEB5B7847D1C7B9B005CC2996A37E60A7FB1B434822384

Thank you very much,

The Comodo Browsers team

A ‘new’ release… Thnx :slight_smile:

Hope to see a quick update to the v60 chrominum codebase now. :wink:


Thanks for the update Comodo Browser team :-TU


Sadly, being able to disable WebRTC is not among the security improvements. Dragon’s own “IP / DNS Leakage Detector” shows that it is forwarding local private network addresses to Web sites which ask for them. This can be confirmed by viewing the Web page

Why does auto-update never work? In About Comodo I see this

“Please accept the license agreement in order to proceed with the update”

but it doesn’t update or run.