Confused 5.3.176757.1236 how to's

Hi all been using Comodo for over 3 yrs (not long).

But this version has stumped me.

I can’t see or define block applications
I can’t see or define Sandboxed applications

I really like the ability to define or fine tune apps in comodo.

I need a guide to understand the guide or even know, if what I want to do is possible.

Hope I don’t get yelled at much.

But I could not even see the ability to as this question in the help area.
So a guided tour is what I need?

Thanks

Sorry to bother you folks

Hello :slight_smile:

No worries you can ask as many questions you may like :slight_smile:

“I can’t see or define block applications”
To Block Application
Firewall: CIS > Firewall > Define a new Blocked Application
Defense+: CIS > Defense+ > Define a new Blocked Application

To View Which Application has which ‘policy’/‘rule’
Firewall: CIS > Firewall > Network Security Policy
Defense+: CIS > Defense+ > Computer Security Policy

“I can’t see or define Sandboxed applications”
To View What is running in the sandbox
CIS > Defense+ > View Active Process List > Right Click The List > Show Sandboxed Only

To Run a Application in the sandbox
CIS > Defense+ > Run a program in the Sandbox

To View What Is Being Sandboxed/To Add a Application to the ‘always sandbox’ list
CIS > Defense+ > Computer Security Policy > Always Sandbox Tab

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Add …

you may go HERE

Does this help?

Thanks

Jacob

Thanks,

Your reply, was better than all the tutorials put together

The only thing I found, was that nothing I put in the Sandbox was Sandboxed?

From some of the posts I’ve read the sandbox isn’t the sandbox, I used to know.
Is it worth putting anything like Mozilla Firefox, IE Explorer and Skype?

All trusted programs, but I’d like a little more control over them when they are active.
In previous versions the sandbox made me feel safer using them.

Last but not least,

Where can I find the blocked IP requests?
So I can, view and undo the ones, I did allow or blocked by mistake.

Thanks again!