i thought you said the patch to fix comodo v3 was coming out this week ?,
if not ,no big deal,but please let us know,mine still has bugs in it,no sense listing in saying what they are ,every one else said it with there complaints.
I would wait for instructions that will be issued with the next update.
The Comodo programming and development team will likely try to configure the next bug-fix patch so that it can be applied over the existing installation. However, depending on the number of fixes it contains, it’s conceivable they may issue a completely new installation package. We’ll see.
In the meantime, if your current installation is not causing too many issues, I would leave it intact for now. You can always revert back to v126.96.36.199, which is a very stable release. But I believe it is just a matter of a few days before the first update to v188.8.131.528 is released.
Just to re-iterate, we do really appreciate all the support and patience we are getting. I would like to emphasise that v3 is a Paradigm Shift. Its like what First Heart Transplant to human race is what v3 is in the computer Security. I do mean that! Its a new era and new techniques, new architecture! It protects the kernel well within! the A-VSMART ™ architecture is unique innovation! This has NOT been done before! This is NOT a me too product. So why am I saying this? Cos I must say, our dev team has done amazingly well to deliver what they have delivered so far! And they continue making it more stable every day!
Our promise to you: You will have world’s best Protection A-VSMART technology and it will be Rock Solid!!!
We wouldn’t have it any other way!!
thank you for your continued support guys! We really appreciate it.
While I’m quite interested in Comodo Firewall, not least because of the technology in v3, I haven’t actually seen any details about why this is incredibly different from say, Core Force 0.95 or Online Armor/Prevex or any firewall + Process Guard full for instance.
You’ve brought together several products technologies into one, and provided it for free, but it doesn’t really seem all that groundbreaking, especially compared against what Core Force was doing (just that you’ve really polished Comodo over what was done with Core Force).
However, I would be interested in seeing what’s actually new besides the bundling… (:NRD)