I need Comodo BOCleaner if I use CIS 3.5 Beta?

I’m new to the Comodo Family…

Right now I have installed Comodo Internet Security 3.5 Beta but I want to know If I need Comodo BO Cleaner if I use CIS 3.5 Beta?

I think you would better off with CIS for real time detection and SAS and MBAM free for on demand spyware scanning :slight_smile:

BoClean is good, but a bit heavy on the resourses :slight_smile:

keep Boclean for now. it will be integrated into CIS eventually.


really? when I had it installed it took about maximum 15 MB of my precious RAM… I recall it used to take far less RAM in the early days…

As for your question:

If you have a lot of RAM, I do not think it is a problem if you use it next to CIS… :SMLR

I remember BOClean using even more memory before. It has been improved. But, it uses more memory then my Avira PE! I am not using the mailguard or webguard feature though. Just guard. If you have extra memory your good to go with BOClean. I would like to see it be shrunk down even more if at all possible. And quicker load times. Mine takes about 30-35 seconds to load when logging in. On a cold boot or restart its even worse. That is expected though since every thing is loading for the first time.

Hi LethalBoy, welcome to the forum :slight_smile:

If you are using Defence+ or any good HIPS, and you know what you are doing, you don’t need an AV, an AS or BOClean. See BOClean as a backup for your real-time security programs, as a last resort when something realy goes wrong :wink:

Greetz, Red.

( Edit : I forgot the welcome :-[ )

BOClean will be in CIS in the future anyway.


If you’ve loads of spare RAM then yes BOclean is another security layer,however personally I don’t think it’s that vital if you have a high quality AV and Defence+.It’ll be good to see it included in CIS though,as long as it’s not going to push up the resource usage too much.

As far as I understanded from Kev, BOClean will be included in CIS, but will stay as a stand alone aplication as well :slight_smile:

Greetz, Red.

im pretty sure everything that is integrated will stay standalone

At least that’ll guarantee against CIS ever becoming bloatware. (:WIN)