I’m sure Comodo will not consider it a bug, but this program is getting beyond a joke with regards to its CONSTANT prompts for decisions, despite a decision having been made a HUNDRED times already with the ‘remember my decision’ box ticked.
Numerous people seem to have posted on this with the essential suggestions/answers being to go to great lengths to change permissions/settings. This is, frankly, ridiculous. If it asks for a decision, and asks if you want it to remember, it should do that.
Otherwise, what’s the point? I mean really?
I just had to give repeated permission, over TWENTY times, for the same application to run. No registry changes, none of that nonsense, just for a bit of software to run. HP health check, should you be interested.
Does anyone know of a good firewall that CAN actually remember when it offers the option?
I have the exact same problem when I try to run SlimDrivers or SlimCleaner from slimWareUtilities. No matter how many times I click the D+ pop up and tell it to remember my choice to consider it safe, I get the same freekin’ pop ups every single time. I even tried to manually add it, but it just doesn’t remember my answer…Very disappointing is a massive understatement.
The same thing happens with blender. I added blender to trusted files but I’m still getting a prompt by comodo and I think it’s because blender has not been digitally signed. Regardless I should still be able to run blender without approving it first because the program is on my trusted files list.
I submitted blender to be whitelisted in the stickied thread so this will not be a problem anymore. Hopefully a strange incident like this won’t happen again.
I have just started having this problem myself. I installed a new media player (in lieu of WMP). No matter what I do, I receive a Defense+ popup alert every time I either open the player or go to open a file. I have added it to the trusted files, tried to run it in the sandbox, with the same result.