I’ve done reading on some hack forum, and found interesting info.
That is - to disable KIS’s Proactive Defence one can just change the system date. Create a .bat file with:
date 01.01.1990and join it with a malware (or add to SFX and make it execute) - and voila - Proactive Defence is disabled! Just think of it. This is the disadvantage of paid subscription products using key validity periods.
This doesn’t mean i use Comodo Antivirus - nowadays every company tries to make antivirus and firewall, but normally i prefer time-proven solutions. However, firewall is somewhat different from AV, and if firewall can be advanced even if it has no 10-year old history, that doesn’t apply to AV software - AV needs long-time updated signature base, long-time polished heuristics and other stuff that comes overtime. So sorry guys, no Comodo AV. At least not now.