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I think it would be a replacement for Comodo as it’s a firewall and (?) more. FYI. I’ve read elsewhere since posting this that it’s beta. I can’t confirm that (didn’t try very hard). With the exception of the last two items, I thought (though I downloaded but haven’t tried it) that it sounded very similar to CPF. I’m not sure what “indentity theft protection” or that “vulnerability” thing is, though. AntiSpyware and a automatic connection to an online scanner maybe?
I would love to help out, but I have only one PC. If I do try this, it probably won’t be until the next major iteration of CPF or I reinstall my OS which I do once or twice a year. The latter probably won’t be necessary for awhile due to CPF.
Perhaps someone else lurking in these forums has an extra PC?
P.S. Off-track. Awhile back I asked about compatibility of CPF with Dshield’s software (or the others). Any chance that will be happening in the near future, or is this a very low (understandably) priority?
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I did test Blink a couple of months (or so) ago, personally I found it a bit hard to configure. When it comes to user friendliness it is 1-0 to Comodo But to be fair I did not dig in very deep into it, I have lately grown tired of HIPS that demand answers for any obscure little detail. But what I saw of it it seemed like really potent software for the paranoid
I am trialling Prevx1 right now, letting the community decide what is bad or good. This approach is more appealing to me. But then of course I have never encountered any malware (after been using HIPS for a couple of years)