Comodo Slowing Down Internet

I have a Comodo Version issue here, i have all 4 shield in Comodo main activated

and i have checked, there is nothing there marked to “block”, still the problem is…almost every website i visit goes really slow to load, it takes a decade to load the images, during the time the sites load its impossible to load Comodo by a coincedence…not, clearley beacuse its work in progress, cause when i later close Comodo down after finish proccesing, and refresh the site again, it goes on 2 sec to load the sites images all suddenley
so there is something here thath are blocking some important component, but there is no clue what it is

any ideas ?

Hi Kloppstock,

Are you sure that the site reload (after shutting down Comodo Firewall) doesn’t use the cache, and therefore goes faster? Also, have you noticed any difference to the site loading time before and after you installed Comodo Firewall?

There is one option that may slow the connection down; Security tab / Advanced tab / Advanced Attack Detection and Prevention / Miscellaneous tab / “Do packet checksum verification”. You haven’t ticked this option, have you?

Edit: Here’s a thread to look in for more info. :slight_smile:[/i]

Hi Kloppstock,
what security software are you running other than cpf(antivirus, spyware removers, an such)?

I’m having a similar problem. I’m positive that the problem has something to do with the firewall since it will load really slow, but if I select ‘Allow All’ it goes back to normal. I did my testing with Google Maps each time selecting a new area and zooming in so to make sure nothing was cached. I haven’t messed with any settings they are just the default ones from the installation. I’ll try to get around to see if I can pinpoint some specific options that are causing this slowdown if I have some time. Also cmdagent.exe takes up a lot of cpu time. I really like Comodo, much more than my old firewall, so I want to find a solution to the problem.

Edit: Messed around with the settings and turning off ‘Monitor DLL Injections’ seems to speed it up.

ChrisC: welcome to the forum.

Here’s a worthy thread to consider: Important - Please read before posting:

Firewall Logs: 1. Open CFP to full screen 2. Select Activity/Logs 3. With the mouse, right click anywhere in the main window 4. From the context menu select 'Clear all Logs' 5. Restart CFP or Reboot 5. If necessary run the problem application 6. In CFP Select Activity/Logs 7. Right Click in the Log window 8. Select 'Export to HTML' 9. Save the file with a sensible name 10. Open the file in a HTML/text editor 11. Modify your external IP Address if shown in the logs (See Note) 12. Save the file as HTML (don't change the format to plain text) 13. zip/rar the file and post on the forum

Note: When posting log details on the forum, it’s possible they may contain references you your external IP Address. (The IP Address shown in the bottom right of your forum post) In consideration of the privacy issues related to this, we ask you to modify any reference to your external IP Address in the log, using the following example:

Your Address: 123.245.789.123
Modified Address: x.x.x.123