Comodo Internet Security v10.2.0.6514 Released

Hi All,
We are happy to announce release of Comodo Internet Security v10.2.0.6514.

Thank you for all the feedback during Beta / RC tests.

Online Setup Details:
Comodo Internet Security
Size: 5.28 MB (5,546,232 bytes)
MD5: 01d456ed2f7e0a82e82626aa137a057c
SHA1: bff0f43e9691ac5179f2ebdf905382d9b6a09893

Comodo Antivirus
Size: 5.28 MB (5,546,232 bytes)
MD5: 7ac6a0bd1c5c0513b2a0bd800a52d084
SHA1: bed134b4f202079e8f64aac5b2e61b65b9f6dcee

Comodo Firewall
Size: 5.28 MB (5,546,232 bytes)
MD5: 09a09d9f32fd087eb25fcb0a190b888c
SHA1: 41ccc4d858b767741ff2e9dc288fb804f7810052

Offline Setup Details:
Comodo Internet Security Premium (Firewall and Antivirus only)
Size: 72.6 MB (76,150,504 bytes)
MD5: a114b2832c31141df489a92d996c6d02
SHA1: 104d4f6a0f312115c7750af637603c99f86e3e01

At this point we have made release only for new installations only and is updated with latest setups. In case you want to update from older version, you can use test server IP as shown in enclosed HostSettings_for_Update.png and run updater from main interface. We will be releasing updates to older versions next week.

The primary focus of this release is stability and we have fixed several Kernel crashes as reported via Crash Reporting feature introduced in v6396.

Some of other fixes as reported in forums are listed below:

  • CIS application window crash as reported here.
  • Regression bug where Wireshark lost packets as reported here.
  • HIPS entry for blocked application re-appears even if application is not blocked any more as reported here.
  • Failing to update AV database in case previous download was corrupted as reported here.
  • Unable to access C:\VTRootx\ in the Containment as reported here
  • Duplicate BFE entries as reported here
  • Internet connection issue as reported here
  • BSOD as reported here


  • Support for Japanese language
  • New interpreter “regasm” support has been added in command line analysis for file-less malware feature

Please check it out and share your valuable feedback.


First… 8)

Congrats with the release with a nice set of fixes. :-TU

The offline installer is the same as the one from the RC (hash checked).


What again wait a week for auto updates. Laziness to do constantly clean installations.

The offline installer link need to be updated or its correct and RC is the Stable release?

good job, guys!! keep up the good work.

RC is the production version.

Please use test server IP and update to this latest version as suggested in post:

Hello, I’m using the Firewall and that’s all what I need, I don’t need antivirus and I don’t use File Rating
I did every thing trying to disable File list/Unrecognized Files but I failed?
please add an option to disable this feature completely
it still list files when HIPS is disabled and even when everything is disabled including the FW itself

May you please elaborate what you did and what you expected and what was the file in question?

Installed Comodo Firewall only with offline installer and running absolutely fine. Win 10 Pro 64 Bits (not updated to CU yet).

When any executable file get launched, Comodo list those files at
Advanced settings > File Rating > File List
I deleted this list but Comodo don’t stop adding them again when any executable launched
I disabled HIPS and tried everything to stop this behavior but I couldn’t
I don’t use “File Rating” and this is not a desierable behavior

File rating is nothing but verdict given by CIS for a given file, allowing user to see if a given file is treated Safe/Malware/Unknown by CIS and also at the same time allowing to change rating of file.

How does it bother your user experience?

No, I don’t want Comodo to remember every launched file and adding it to a database

I’m troubled having a history of my previously launched files
this uneeded feature is running all the time, a firewall don’t need such feature [I have everything disabled except for the firewall]

Thank you Comodo team! :-TU

Excellent. Running well and always improving. Thanks :azn:

Did you disable various settings under File Rating Settings? Did you disable Cloud lookup features? Erasing the list is not going to help you with cloud lookup enabled.

If you put the firewall to Custom Ruleset you have all the control you want.

Yep, every checkbox in “File Rating Settings” is unchecked and of course the firewall mode is “Custom Ruleset”

Did you also disable auto containment?

I think what you want is to be able to disable File List when it is disabled in all other components. Is that correct?


I have reported this few times.
Comodo Firewall only installed, there is no detection alert for Cloud AV.
Please look into it.