There are points where I’ve had to tell the COMODO it was OK for program “X”, “Y”, or “Z” to do “A”, “B”, or “C” again, and again, and again, even though I told it to remember my answer. Within the category for “Allowed Application”, they don’t have an option to always allow the program to run, if you specify that it is an allowed application. The closest it has is “Ask”. I know that they have an area of “trusted” applications, but COMODO doesn’t always honor it. I know about the “Modify” option, but it’s ridiculous to have to keep doing this.
Once I tell COMODO that it is OK for program program “X”, “Y”, or “Z” to do “A”, “B” or “C”, then it should remember it, and not keep prompting me again and again. For instance, it will ask if program “A” can access the disk directly, but it doesn’t have have the option under “Treat As” to “Allowed Application”. So after several prompts, “Allowed Application” will show up under “Treat As”, and I use it, including the remember option. But, later (could be hours or days), the same program will prompt again, even though it is in the “Trusted” list, and I have to go through the same cluster “F”. Yes, the program is listed in the “trusted” area, but then later, it happens again. It doesn’t happen on all programs. So the logic of CIS HIPS alludes me.