at first, I like the Comodo Firewall!!!
I have a problem using Comodo Firewall 22.214.171.124 and SUN Java 6u2 in Firefox.
When loading a java applet, the console shows the following error:
java.net.SocketException: Resource temporarily unavailable: recv failed
I opened firefox in MSDEV in order to debug the result of the recv operation in Java_java_net_SocketInputStream_socketRead0. I found out that when this error is raised, the result of WSAGetLastError is 10035 (WSAEWouldBlock).
That’s curious since according to the specs, this error is only raised on non-blocking sockets, but looking thru the source code of the JVM, I am perfectly sure that the socket is in blocking state.
This also happens when Comodo Firewall is switched off. This error started to occur when I installed Comodo Firewall a couple of days ago.
So I’d like to know whether you Comodo guys tamper with the sockets so that a blocking socket could return WSAEWouldBlock.
I haven’t yet tried after uninstalling Comodo. Is there a possiblity to completly disable Comodo without deinstalling? (Can’t stop the Comodo Agent…)