Comodo Verification Engine is a great product to check Fraudulent Websites & Phishing attacks
(Delivers an extremely simple way to differentiate legitimate web sites from fraudulent ones. Place your mouse cursor over a site logo. If it is the authentic web site, a green border will appear around your browser.)
so it should be integrated in cis for extra protection
No, I don’t think so. My reasoning is simple. It is basically a plugin for your browser. This would be one application that could be included with the CIS installation program, but would (should) remain a stand-alone.
CIS itself does not plug into the browser.
No… not required at all… Let’s use it as a separate plug in.
I vote yes, this could be a plug on-demand, a check box that when checked and cliked ‘Apply’ to plug-in the supported browsers. I have FDM (Free Download Manager) and works fine this way. I install CVE on all PCs I service so this would save me some time.
But would be a good idea to let the stand alone version IMO.
All of the major browsers are starting to integrate this, just feel it would be a bit of overkill to include it when most people wouldn’t need it.
Verification Engine capability is unique to Comodo, noone else has this.
I didn’t mean the Comodo verification engine technology itself. I mean the basic concept of verifying a website.