Using Google Chrome / Chromium - Downloading http://privdog.com/setups/PrivDogSetup.exe
Result is always the browser prevents you from downloading it, because the exe is recognised as Malicious
This also applies when downloading the exe from CNET
Comodo needs to contact Google - See link at the bottom of this page Fix file download errors - Google Chrome Help
Which leads to this page - Malware and Unwanted Software Overview | Google Search Central | Documentation | Google Developers
When your site’s downloads have been identified as malware
We understand that learning that one of your downloads contains malware can be frustrating and upsetting, and we want to help you resolve the issue. We can’t provide exhaustive instructions for every situation, but here is what we recommend you do:
Use antivirus software to scan the binaries and other content hosted on your site. Antivirus software finds many types of binary malware but, unfortunately, not all of them.
If your binary incorporates a Chrome extension, ensure that your extension adheres to Chrome’s Developer Program Policies.
Installing a Chrome extension without explicit user permission will result in the binary being identified as malware.
See this Chromium Blog post and this Online Security Blog post for more information about silent installs.
Once you have completed the above steps, please request a malware review. A review can take up to 48 hours to complete.
If you’re still having issues please see Additional Support and our Webmaster Forums.
If Comodo does not do this, Chrome and Chromium users will forever be put off using PrivDog because of the warning