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If I had all 50 malware on my system then I simply could not be sure that a) Any security product run on the system would work correctly and b) that said system detected all of them and removed all of them and c) there aren’t any more… So basically I’d re-install… But that’s just me.
But otherwise I’d say use Comodo to scan and then if something is found then try to clean it and then run several second opinion scanners because lets face it, CAV isn’t the end all be all AV and second opinion scanners like Malwarebytes, hitmanpro etc would probably find more or do a better job at removing them.
I mean, Comodo even says it themselves, their AV is to complement the protection from the other modules and it isn’t meant to be the super solution and hence not as much resources go into it as it does for other products out there…
If the choice was between Comodo Antivirus and another player out there… well… I probably wouldn’t be here now… Comodo won me over with HIPS, sadly it seems not much effort is put into HIPS and unless bugs are 100% super dangerous then Comodo doesn’t seem to care much, shame really… The priority of bugs shouldn’t determine whether they get fixed or not, it should only determine in what order, all bugs should get fixed.
Oh no, I think my rant went off-topic. :-\ Oh well, its priority on my list is too low so I won’t fix it.
Edit: Just in a salty mood today, if it was too much then feel free to remove it.
Unless the mega removal is re-installing Windows. I just simply wouldn’t trust a system that had been that heavily infected even if security products clean up and claim it’s fine, how do they know there isn’t some kind of rootkit that is better at hiding than they are detecting? 88)
While I’m at it I’d also flash the BIOS just in case (Although that needed physical access, but who is to say some other team out there hasn’t figured out remote installation of similar rootkits?)
Edit: Or did I misunderstand what you said and you meant the point is to answer each one individually? Aint nobody got that time, I have a potatoe weapon shop to attend to.
I guess Comodo wants to either (1) make its product more popular by getting user searching for “how to remove svchost virus” in Google, or (2) by providing url to this website upon detection (in alert). Both cases - simple infection. I guess that Comodo picked up 50 most commonly(according to their statistics?) occurring malware.
All those are just my thoughts. I think that Buket should clarify
This request sounds funny to me! It is a fact that CAV even has not decent detection ratio. Because it is mostly hash based. Heuristic is not good. As Sanya said “Comodo even says it themselves, their AV is to complement the protection from the other modules and it isn’t meant to be the super solution”
Even our many submissions did not added to CAV database so may users just use Comodo Firewall with another free antivirus.
Comodo should make the AV module attractive…
Why Comodo does not do this for themselves? Comodo does not know how to remove those infections :o
Sorry for these words Comodo, these are what I thought :embarassed:
We are working on a huge database created by millions entries from worldwide. All users in the world will be able to use it for Free. We dont make money for delivering security and this is what we are all about. We are here to help to those who deserve the security for free. We are THE community. We just want people to be able to remove the malwares from their pc without paying a penny.
We have the database, we have our protection tools. This topic is just about the content; removal instructions for known malwares.