Firewall settings stored unprotected in registry

Although I am quit happy with Comodo Firewall, one thing bothers me a lot.

Comodo can be protected by a password to stop unwanted changes of the firewall settings.
But Comodo stores these settings in the registry HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\Software\Comodo\Firewall Pro.… and gives “Everyone” full access rights to these keys.

This renders the protection of these settings by a password totally useless. Although these keys can be protected by Comodo itself the changing of these keys other than by Comodo is not prevented.

Because of this, I will no longer use Comodo. I must say “with pain in my hart”. I hope this question will be adequately attacked in the near future.

Besides this, activating logging of an “allow” rule does not log the rule when its is fired.

With Regards,
Eric-Jan H.
The Netherlands

System : Vista Ultimate English SP1.
Comodo : Firewall