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How is comodo protected from being ‘killed’, I tied to kill it in task manager aprocesses and I was denied access. How does this protection work?
Also firewall is train with safe mode and D+ clean pc mode. Is this safe, or could I be in installation mode? Can I get a copy of the help file mine will not opoen
I dont exactly get your problem. First of all of course you cannot end the Comodo process in task manager. If you could then so could any hacker or malware. You should not be able to stop the Comodo process just like any good anti virus you cannot shut down via task manager. Having Comodo firewall set to Train with safe mode and D+ set to Clean PC mode is the default settings. Install mode is only for when you are installing something new. When you open up Comodo and open up any tab right on the bottom you will see “what do these setting do.” If you click on that it opens up the help files.
"When you open up Comodo and open up any tab right on the bottom you will see “what do these setting do.” If you click on that it opens up the help files. "
That does not work for me. I have Vista Home Premium in case that is the problem. ‘Scan my system’ won’t work either, someone said that was a Vista issue.
Thanks for your help
Are you using Vista? Try turning off UAC and see if the help file will open then. As far as protection, go to Defense+/common tasks/my protected files and see the list of files that CFP3 protects from modification, including itself. There are also related protected registry keys on the same page. Train with safe mode and clean pc mode are safe, and only assume that you started out with a clean pc. New programs are intercepted and evaluated to make sure they stay clean. Under D+/advanced/D+ settings, you can move the slider and get an indication of what happens in the various D+ modes (hope the help file will work soon). Same under firewall/advanced/firewall behavior mode for the network settings. Installation mode is for actually installing new programs, and the main feature is that it lets your installer execute and modify programs without giving you a bunch of popups.
Neat idea, yes I have vista