When this was published Comodo didn’t pass all the leaktests, but as soon as these results were released Comodo updated their firewall so it did pass them all (:KWL). No other firewall vendor has done this as of yet.
I contacted the author of this site a while ago to see when the results were updated and they should be within a few months.
I wished to test Comodo (v. 126.96.36.199) with those leaktests it didn’t pass.
Here is the result: PCAudit, Thermite, COPYCAT - Couldn’t test it, cause of my antivirus (Win32:Trojan-gen);
(strange, isn’t it?) AWFT - Test #1: one point to firewall; #2, #3, #4: blocked by antivirus; #5: second point to firewall and one more point to antivirus; #6: antivirus again. WALL BREAKER - #1: One point to Firewall; #2: !!!one point to leaktest!!!; #3: firewall; #4: do not know which is better, cause my sheduling service is off. PCAudit 2, DNS tester - CPF wins (passed); Breakout v1 and v2 - Win32:Small-AHL [Trj]; Jumper - nice try CPF +1 point.
So there is just one test that Comodo Firewall failed (may be it could fail some of those tests that were blocked by antivirus, but I don’t want to turn it of. What if it is a real virus?)