may be comodo dragon and yahoo mail conflict !

HELP PLEASE !! when i first log into yahoo mail with the latest comodo dragon browser 30.00 the browser locks up for at least 2 mins is this a scanning program working in the background as i have my own anti virus disabled at this point …thanks all

Is this happen only on Yahoo mail webpage ? or every page that you visit ?

if the other websites work fine, it looks there is no problem with Comodo Dragon.

This is inform to you, if you use CİS. Cis has not a page scaning ability…

I have no problem with my CD 30. I can sign in my yahoo mail account.
Please, try to clean caches, cookies etc. via CCleaner ? and see what happaned ?

I do not understand what happen, sorry… I guarantee you this is not CD problem :slight_smile:

Hi fredwatts2,
Please try with all extensions disabled.

You could also try disabling ‘Do not allow websites to know where you came from (suppress HTTP referrer header)’ found under privacy in the advanced settings.

Kind regards.

Hi fredwatts2,
Agreed this is a strange issue.
If you have the time you could try the portable version, this might help to decide whether or not your installed version has any user profile issues or corruption.
The portable version is totally independent from your installed version.
Portable Version

If the portable also fails, could you please modify your opening post if you have time and add the information required for bug reporting in the link below.
If you proceed with a bug report, I will then move your topic to the bugs section and get Staff to take a look.
How to Submit Bug Reports (read this if you want them fixed)

Thank you.

I will have mentioned this issue to Staff, all the best from Captainsticks. :slight_smile:


We have encountered no issues with the login functionality on the Yahoo website.
Please check your DNS settings and try establishing a connection without using a DNS server. Also make sure to disable Comodo Secure DNS in Comodo Dragon.
Try investigating your network connection an make sure you are not using a proxy.