When the alerts for each leak test come up, you do realise that you are supposed to BLOCK them, don’t you? If you block them, the data is not sent to the Comodo servers.
We have had a couple of people saying that even after the clicked ALLOW it leaked. Their basic problem was that htey misunderstood what a leak test does and how they were supposed to interact with it and the resulting firewall alerts.
I just re-tested the PC-Flank leaktest against CFP 18.104.22.168 & it passed without any problems.
Check CFPs Application Monitor & see if you have an entry for PCFlankLeaktest.exe… also, I assume that CFPs Security Level was set to “Custom”? Also have you turned off any of CFPs Application Behavior Analysis (ABA) options?
I went in and deleted all application rules involving IE. This solved the problem. I now pass.
However, I did not create a rule to allow pcflank.exe to use OLE automation. But other products that I have on my desktop do require to use OLE automation through IE. Must have been one of those rules.