CryptoLocker Ransomware

http://www.comodo.com/news/press_releases/2013/11/comodo-endpoint-security-protects-cryptoLocker-ransomware-virus.html?key5sk1=28ef9d60ae5b2b56816cab9eff8ff22fce83b8d0&key5sk2=&key5sk3=1384556260000&key5sk4=&key5sk5=1384556403000&key6sk1=&key6sk2=CH30000&key6sk3=7&key6sk4=en-us&key6sk5=IN&key6sk6=0&key6sk7=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.comodo.com%2Fnews%2Fin-the-news.php&key6sk8=119900&key6sk9=1280800&key6sk10=true&key6sk11=46a03a31ec805ff9066b37f5c78a046340945689&key6sk12=2034&key7sk1=131&key1sk1=dt&key1sk2=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.comodo.com%2Fnews%2Fin-the-news.php

Comodo press news above dated Nov 15, 2013 mention Comodo Security Endpoint Manager protects against CryptoLocker Ransomware with its innovative protection modules.

Does Comodo Internet Security Premium protects against CryptoLocker Ransomware?
I mean does the default Partial Limited protects against CryptoLocker Ransomware?

What is the default AutoSandbox Level in Comodo Endpoint Security Manager?

I’d be interested in tests with Cryptolocker and CIS from partial limited to fully virtualized.

My understanding is that even Partially Limited protects against this. However, I’m not 100% sure. Can anyone confirm?

if you can get a sample i will test it

Once I tested a ransomware from I guess malwaretips with CIS version 6. I dont know it was cryptolocker or not. But it bypassed partial limited & folders in my documents were encrypted. Limited was not bypassed.

In the news they mention CESM protects against these. So I was wondering if the default autosandbox level for CESM is limited or higher? Or the statement "Comodo’s unique autosandbox protect against cryptographer " means the levels of sandbox? But this is kind of not a proper statement if they dont mean default partial.

Is this for home network groups as well, or only enterprises?