Francesco Cantalini: It seems to work well, malware blocked and unknokn files sandboxed. But, when i perform a full scan, ccav finds the infected sandboxed files in it's own directory. I've searched for the reset sandbox button but there isn't a way to do it. I've ended the tasks in the sandbox but the malware is still here. I know that these files are isolated, but this can be panicking for a non average user. Btw, there is some kind of issue with chrome. Sometimes, when a malware is detected after a chrome download, the browser crashes. I've used a VM for that test
As per Devs any apps running sandboxed if you close the apps sandbox is automatically cleared.
So I think end task should behave the same way…End task is like close the app & sandbox should be automatically cleared.
So end task automatically clearing the sandbox or not? I am little confused here.
I guess that devs should add the same button that cis has, the reset sandbox. This button should clean all tasks, files, processes running on sandbox and you could add too an option to “delet” files marked as untrusted and show it as an button to simplify things for users.
I am called into question, since I’m the one who wrote on fb privacy…who cares
I think that this button is more than a wish, is a must have since it can reset all the content without ending every single task. In the test I have performed, there are 20-25 active tasks in the sandbox and ending all of them is a waste of time, when a button can do it for you istantly. I use the rest sandbox button in cis quite often and I think is quite used by mid to average users as well.
So…It’s not a bug, is a lack imho
well, I use the reset sandbox button every single day. When I open cis main gui I have the reset sandbox button right in the front gui as an shortcut (the buttons on the botton of cis main gui). I always click there so my sandbox is clean and nothing is running without im knowing about it. And in every pc that I install cis I put the icon on the main gui and turns out that every single user *the simple users im talking here) always go on cis main gui and click on that button, even if they dont understand well what that button do, but they just click and this behavior can help to keep their computers clean and without unknow things runing alongside with the os. Thats just the kind of feature that You COMODO introduced in one product and now it must be on every product from you because its an must have feature. In fact, this freaking button is a mandatory “button” that every security software should have!!!
Please, consider adding it on ccav too. CCAV is the software that has the objective of keeping computers safe without much knowhow from the user. As stated on the ccav site its just sits there and keeps all good for the user. This button will help doing it, by not forcing users (simple users) to have dig into advanced options, opoups, options, etc.