I have Comodo Internet Security Premium 10 on Windows 10.
I have a very common virus called C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Adobe\ARM\1.0\armsvc.exe and C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Adobe\AdobeGCClient\AGSService.exe.
They start on their own, send personal data to distant mafias and routinely try to sabotage my cracked version of acrobat reader. If I delete or rename the files, something in the computer recreates them and run them again, something that activates on startup, even if I erased with C cleaner and other programs every startup entry related to adobe. Because I have Comodo in prompt mode, I denied, when asked, permission to these files to access internet. This seems to work and prevents my programs to be sabotaged, but Comodo doesn’t black list by default adobe services, which is a fault I want to complain about. Even worse, way worse, I manually created HIPS rules for the two files and labeled them isolated. I thought this would prevent them to run on the background, but it doesn’t. In fact, these rules keep been erasing. I want to know why and change that.