I uninstalled CIS.cis Debug Injector

I uninstalled CIS.cis DEBUG INJECTOR (that’s as close to the actual name as I can get). I did this using Revo Uninstaller, then I removed the registry file using CCleaner. I thought it was part of an issue I was having. Do I need it and how do I get it back?

CIS debug injector? I have never heard of this. Have you been in contact with Comodo staff about a problem and they ask you to run some tests to debug a problem?

No, I have not heard from them. What I did when I did not recognize the line in Revo Uninstaller was to search on Google for that information. The only data returned in the search was about Comodo so I thought I would try here. I really don’t know what it was.

I cannot find the CIS DEBUG INJECTOR or Debug INJECTOR in the registry.

I don’t know what it is for or belongs to. CCleaner will keep back ups of registry keys you removed that it will keep for a certain period of time. During that time you will be able to restore that key.

Hi geercom and Eric,
I found entries in the following 6 registry locations,

  1. HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CIS.CisDebugInjector
  2. HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CIS.CisDebugInjector.1
  3. HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID{BBB01528-20FE-4bc2-9D26-C70E3ABB9CD1}
  5. HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Classes\CIS.CisDebugInjector.1
    I found if I delete the entries and reboot they are re-created instantly.

Note: The following is only a guess which I have no evidence of its accuracy.
My guess would be an automatic CIS files integrity checker at boot time that creates a Dump file if an issue is found.

Thanks for the list captain. The search query I used did not show up results.

I also have those keys and yes they belong to CIS. HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID{BBB01528-20FE-4bc2-9D26-C70E3ABB9CD1}\LocalServer32 points to cmdagent.exe.

I now understand the topic start better. I read “I uninstalled CIS.cis DEBUG INJECTOR (that’s as close to the actual name as I can get)” as “I uninstalled CIS.”. Then a new sentence “cis DEBUG INJECTOR (that’s as close to the actual name as I can get)”. :smiley:

i use ccleaner as well. ccleaner removes bug injector,but cis must put it back in because if i run ccleaner again it re-removes it. dont think its any big deal

In that case add the registry key to the exclusions of ccleaner to keep it from deleting it. Sometimes cleaners may delete things they shouldn’t. It happens to all of them to a bigger or smaller extend.

That is what I do (Add it to the exclusions list), otherwise continual deletion/replacing could end up with unnecessary fragmentation.