Explorer.exe intrusion for the past 3 weeks


For the past 3 weeks, I have problems with c:\windows\explorer.exe being treated as an intruder with an Access Memory Error (target being cfp.exe) by Defense+ logs. I would have thought the main component of Windows 7 x64, would be better coded to not do such things as trying to access memory of cfp in a non permited way. Besides having to add the file (explorer.exe) to the Computer Security Policy, for CIS under Protection Settings, Interprocess Memory Accesses exclusions, is there another way to have both programs not to fight each other?

So far, and after almost 4 weeks of testing, I have had no other problems with Comodo, and now, after learning my computer behaviour, it’s running silently in the background. I love it :slight_smile:


What you did is the only solution.

Thanks :slight_smile:

Still enjoying Comodo with no issues. :slight_smile:

It has saved my ■■■■ already a couple times :stuck_out_tongue: