First, I’d like to thank all the developers and community members for providing and maintaining this great security suite called Comodo Internet Security. I’ve only been using it for a few days now, so still dealing with the learning curve but so far I like it.
On to my situation:
I live in a developing world where high-speed Internet access is both scarce and a luxury. Thus most folks here, including me, should be content with something along the lines of 96K-384K connections. Even then, they’re not highly reliable (services get disabled pretty often).
The first time I updated CIS 4 (less than 3 days ago), downloading the 90MB or so update (AV and program) on my laptop through a 512K connection at work took nearly 2.5 hours and a couple of retries. Not at all a pleasant experience. Now I’m going to install CIS 4 on my home desktop hooked up to a meagre 128K connection, I need to find a way to transfer all the updates from the laptop to this desktop.
My question is: how do I transfer all updates downloaded from one computer to another?
I’m sure the files are kept somewhere on my HDD, but I just couldn’t find it. Note that I pulled all updates using CIS 4 GUI, not web browser.
Here is my setup:
Windows XP Pro SP3 (laptop and desktop)
Comodo Internet Security Free version 4.0.141842.828
Siganture version: 4738
No other security/anti-virus software installed
Thanks for even reading this post.