This is a bug there, from settings you can select CMF Gui not to be loaded on system startup, but that’s not working at the moment. You can use msconfig.exe to remove cmf.exe from startup applications.
I was going to report it doesn’t work, but downloaded x64 by mistake
I miss the Comodo agent dude
Like UncleDoug said, the application windows shows at boot. Doesn’t work to add DQ’s(“D:\Program\Comodo\Memory Firewall\cmf.exe”), adding -minimize or /background.
Also, if cmf.exe isn’t running, you won’t get any warning messages about buffer overflows, so disabling it from starting at boot-up disabled all protection!
Rednose I am using the old Comodo Firewall, Comodo BoClean 4.25, Spyware Terminator and the free version of Avira. In the background Windows Defender, SpywareBlaster, Spybot Search and Destroy Immunnize,
At least in my instance the new beta release of the Comodo Memory Firewall solved the problem of Qnext being blocked from loading after 2 seconds.
Not sure what to expect with your custom version of BoClean ?
I had been using the Verification Engine until I noticed that the lockups and crashes with Gmail were almost non existant when I uninstalled VE. It could be something else but VE increased the occurance.
Last I heard BOC and CMG sometimes did not get along. I do want both, so it’s frustrating!!
I like BO as the “backup” to all other scanning by AV products, with it’s last second memory scan for the common bad guys repackaged and avoiding AV software. And of course CMF is priceless to cut off the memory overflow exploits that are a principle tool for the bad guys.
These two may be the last line of defense in many cases.
If we use all the prevention methods in CPF as the first line of prevention and scan regularly with AV products to catch things lurking about all we have to worry about is the rootkits and other malware already on our system when we start and of course whatever the bad guys think of next.
But even if we start with a clean system with as little potential vulnerability as possible through nliteOS and are VERY careful subsequently and use the layered defenses, we will make mistakes.
The one certain thing is that we will ■■■■■ up. If we could catch it right away and always work in a sandbox… No, even then we will probably ■■■■■ up. Still, better to cut the odds to as near zero as possible as long as possible!
COMODO Memory Firewall will be an official release this month. Please test it and let us know as many bugs as you can find. We plan to make an updated version live coming tuesday resolving all the bugs posted so far.
I imagine you help program Comodo Memory Firewall :). Yes, I will test it in all areas and post back bugs if possible.
Does anyone know (Staff Members) If Comodo Memory Firewall will be intergated into CFP 3 on the official release date of CMF? I imagine off course an update of CFP to 3.1 which will be the version CMF will be integrated?