When somebody execute an app and is automatically sandboxed (unknown for Comodo Cloud), this should be reported to Comodo labs, and the file should be uploaded.
Comodo Labs should have an statistic with the most sandboxed apps, so they should start analyzing and adding to the whitelist the most sandboxed apps. Or identify them as malware.
Doing this the quality and not only the quantity of the whitelist will improve.
Ask to the users to report every single app is an obsolete method to improve drastically the whitelist.
For the games
Xfire (http://www.xfire.com/) or any similar company to get their list of games (MD5 or whatever you use) so you can easily identify as safe almost all the comercial games in the market including updates.
If the whitelisting system is optimize and fast enough when a user execute a file new for Comodo so it’s automatically ran inside the sandbox, the app should be analyzed and classified in less than 1, 2 or 3 days.
I think that Xfire is not like Steam, you dont donwload the games from their server.
Also I have play online in steam installing a game from the DVD and them adding it to Steam, so must be the same I guess.
I agree. This is the way it should be done. Of course still have the other topic so people can quickly get programs fixed that are important to them, but this would help the most users and increase usability.