i’ve renamed Chrome.exe to Chrome2.exe. Not very elegant but it works.
For all users suffering from this problem use the following workaround instead of GrumpyoldGerman’s workaround. Add chrome.exe to Detect shellcode injections for the time being. That will do the trick.
I use latest Comodo Firewall. I have windows 10 64. Today I upgrade Chrome from 44.xx to 45.xx and Comodo crashes Chrome 45.xx. Why? There is some solutions?
I had a look at event viewer and it causs by guard32.dll. When I uninstall CF, Chrome works normally.
chrome.exe is as TRUSTED.
Název chybující aplikace: chrome.exe, verze: 45.0.2454.85, časové razítko: 0x55df881b
Název chybujícího modulu: guard32.dll, verze: 188.8.131.5274, časové razítko: 0x55c148a3
Kód výjimky: 0xc0000409
Posun chyby: 0x000269c9
ID chybujícího procesu: 0x1aec
Čas spuštění chybující aplikace: 0x01d0e5948f348beb
Cesta k chybující aplikaci: C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe
Cesta k chybujícímu modulu: C:\Windows\SYSTEM32\guard32.dll
ID zprávy: 36783d72-d070-4605-93c8-67433da30c26
Úplný název chybujícího balíčku:
ID aplikace související s chybujícím balíčkem:
The issue has been reported to Comodo and Google, so hopefully one or the other can find a solution soon.
It looks like temporarily adding Chrome.exe to the ‘Detect shellcode injections’ exclusions list of CIS is a workaround until such time that the issue is resolved. HIPS Settings-Comodo Help Detect shellcode injections-Comodo Help
For whatever reason, CIS makes my google chrome completely stop working. Every time I go to open Chrome, it immediately stops responding. When I uninstall CIS, Google Chrome goes back to functioning properly. I’ve tried adding exceptions in the firewall, exclusions in the anti-virus, nothing seems to work except uninstalling CIS. I have the latest version of CIS and Chrome and the latest Virus Signatures for CIS. I’ve never run into this problem before…but until it’s resolved, I will have to move to another firewall/antivirus program.
Same here. Wondered what the hell was going on this morning when I turned on my laptop… Chrome worked fine last night, and wouldn’t load this morning.
Not sure how something this glaring slips through. Hopefully it won’t take long to get resolved, unlike the bug with Comodo not registering with the security centre on Vista… that’s been irritating me for months now.
I’ve sworn by Comodo for a good number of years now, and recommended it to several others - but if obvious bugs like this keep slipping through (not to mention not getting fixed for months), I might need to consider looking elsewhere.