I recently installed the latest version of Agnitum’s Outpost Firewall Pro and didn’t really like it, plus I learned it no longer passes the leak test.
I closed it and uninstalled it, restarted, ran a few registry cleaners, and tried installing Comodo, but the Comodo installer says that I still have Outpost installed. I’ve tried all of Outpost’s guides for doing a clean uninstall and Comodo still thinks it’s installed.
Which is why I’m posting this here … has anyone else run into this problem and is there a solution? If Outpost has been uninstalled is it safe to ignore Comodo’s warning and install anyway? I’m running XP SP2 x64.
I got Regseeker, a very nice program actually, thank you for recommending it. I searched for “Agnitum” and “Outpost” and removed all the entries except for a couple that clearly weren’t related to the firewall (a few Crysis entries).
However, I still get the same notice upon installation of Comodo, it still thinks that Outpost is installed.
well comodo looks this key to detect outpost → these keys
kk1=HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Agnitum Outpost Firewall Pro_is1
run regkey and delete manually
well i use xp , RegSeeker search & delete keys that the other programs miss ,it the best program
but i don’t know if it works 100% under vista
Mantra, you rock! Key 3 was the one left behind. I just deleted the key, hopefully that wasn’t attached to some file that’s still floating around. I don’t know why RegSeeker didn’t pickup this key when I ran the search.
How were you able to figure out which keys Comodo checks for?