Dont ask for permission when an app trys to create a file in a temp folder

1. What actually happened or you saw:
When i dont treat an installer as installer and it uses a local/temp folder cis will ask for every file if it can write it there. And then it will ask if the app may execute the file it created. And then it will ask if the created file may execute the parent.

2. What you wanted to happen or see:
Create to temp, execute child, execute parent → autoallow
How save this is the moderation must assess however.

3. Why you think it is desirable:
To stop the allow request flood a little.

4. Any other information:
Not sure if its actually a bug.

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Thanks again.

What is temporary depends on the respective installer/application.
What is potentially harmful depends on what is going to be written into the temp directories.

So, this sounds more like you want to have an intermediate level for an installer to run as a “Partially-trusted installer” with certain rights (possibly including the right to write into some temporary directories) instead of granting the full, unabridged installer rights.


That would allow malware to run as Comodo would have auto allowed it. The Temp directory does not protect the system from malware, the Sandbox does. This is why you need to be asked if Comodo does not recognise it.