The only method I’ve found to get djuggler to even start is to check the “Deactivate the Defense+ permanently” option in the latest version of Comodo Firewall. Simply disabling Defense+ is not sufficient nor is making djuggler a trusted application. Are there other ways to resolve this incompatibility?



Hello Rodney

Can you post a screenshot of your Defense+ Logs After Trying to make djuggler work?



Okay, I re-enabled Defense+ and tried starting djuggler several times from the command line and view Windows Explorer.

I’m not exactly sure what you mean by Defense+ Logs, but the Defense+ Events screen shows no events at all for today. The Log Viewer screen also shows no entries in the Defense+ Events for today. I refreshed both to no avail.


Please try the workarounds as described in App. is not working correctly, but does not seem to be s/boxed. What to do? [v5] and see if that brings a solution.

Adding the program to the exclusion list for the “Detect shellcode injections” option fixed the problem.

Thanks for the quick responses.