Good Day All -
My desktop is equipped with Windows XP (sp3) with all the latest patches and updates, along with CIS (firewall only) v188.8.131.524 and Secunia PSI v184.108.40.206. In case you aren’t familiar with it, Secunia is a product that scans installed apps on one’s machine to confirm they are up-to-date and offers links to the vendor’s update pages for ones that aren’t. It’s pretty slick!
I just completed a Secunia scan and it shows two entries for Comodo, as shown below:
Secunia is detecting the two “cfp.exe” files. What is the purpose of the “Repair” sub-directory and why keep two active cfp.exe files in the Comodo parent directory? I don’t think its causing any problems, but it does make Comodo show up twice whenever I perform a scan of any kind for adware or viruses. It’s misleading - or am I overlooking something and indeed actually have a problem?