I"ve been researching History of Windows, Comodo, Norton, AVG, Zone Labs, Online Armor, PC Tools, Panda, Cisco, And Other Software/Hardware Firewalls, and I’ve been wanting to ask,
Is Comodo Truly going to be The best firewall out there once CPF v3 comes out or even CPF v4?
Same with Their CAVS?
So Far As I see these results www.matousec.com/projects/windows-personal-firewall-analysis/leak-tests-results.php , I"m Really Asking, and
one more question, If Comodo is this great why not share the knowledge for other Companies like create Trust and Peace Treaty so noone is stealing or anything bad go wrong?
I mean I love comodo And What they do, I honestly Do,
I’m glad for them because then norton would be Jumping around and Saying Thank Goodness Were Powerful…
Let me try to answer your questions:)
“Is Comodo Truly going to be The best firewall out there once CPF v3 comes out or even CPF v4?
Same with Their CAVS?”
I really hope and believe so! V3 of our Firewall (not sure the name firewall does it justice but hey) is a new Malware Protection System… you have a clean system… we keep it clean… its a new paradigm shift in the way you protect yourself. As to Matousec results, as mentioned few times before, v2.4 can pass all of these leak tests (default has one or two not enabled by default). So just enable those, voila it has 100%… yes we had it almost 2 years ago and people are catching on now
If Comodo is this great why not share the knowledge?
Who with? Shall we give them our source code? What will they do with it? A dear friend of mine said once to me: Melih, responsible people should make as much money as possible, because they will do responsible things with it. We have a business model of giving this away for free, however its helping our brand awareness and helping us make more sales. This in turn is enabling us to create even better security for all our users. Now if we give it away, then we will loose this and won’t make much sales and won’t be able to invest in future growth of our free products. Afterall, hey if the other companies cared so much about end users, why don’t simply give our products to them for free?