This version will no longer updated on Windows XP and Windows Vista essentially making it the last supported version for those OSes. This is due to SHA1 deprecation. Future versions will also have a minimum system requirement on Windows 7 of Service Pack 1.
Dumps of cmdinstall appears after installation on Windows 7
WMI errors are present in Windows Event Log
Number of unrecognized files in the CIS widget is not recalculated after system reboot
Clean install and everything did its normal check and reboot etc
I have noticed that the last 2 versions have a significant number of unrecognized ‘Trusted Vendors’ in the list - 30 or more. These include KeyScrambler, System Explorer which I would have expected to be trusted and several others that I don’t recognize
Also numerous files from NVIDIA, Logitech, New Software and others
For me, that’s not a big deal and easy to rectify, but it as far as I remember, that didn’t happen before?
Once installed, everything running well so far - on an updated Win10 system as noted below
(As an aside, it doesn’t seem to like CCAV running at the same time initially, but that’s easily fixed after a reboot on the system which fixes the requested auto start ;D )
Are the unrecognized vendors grey or yellow/orange color? All vendors are trusted with this version, but in the past I have noticed 2 vendors with grey unrecognized until I selected and performed a lookup on the vendor names.
- Dumps of cmdinstall appears after installation on Windows 7
- WMI errors are present in Windows Event Log
- Number of unrecognized files in the CIS widget is not recalculated after system reboot
Please give your valuable feedback! :-TU
There’s a problem with logging. You’re aware of if, but I see nothing logging-related in this version. Do you intend to fix the issue or not?
‘The issue has been fixed in development and is in QA. The next couple of releases will be 100% focused on fixing all these type of issues and improving performance using independent tests labs like AV-Test’
For some reason, Comodo blocks AdguardSvc.exe from connecting to the Internet. I unblocked AdguardSvc.exe and it works fine now. I don’t understand why Comodo Firewall blocks files marked as trust by Comodo File Rating.
Possible if you have your global rules set to block incoming connections, and the application needs to receive some sort of incoming communication, before launching fully. Only way I can think of it happening. Other then a bug obviously.