I’ve seen one thread on these forums that said that Comodo Personal Fire 2.2 and 2.3b managed to succeed ALL leaktests it was tested upon.
I have no idea how to do that, as I only tried one leaktest ( PCFlank’s) and I failed.
I’d love to see a FAQ that explains what settings are needed to be changed in order to KNOW that data may be leaked and whatever else is needed in order to succeed all the possible leaktests.
P.S. I ask this in the FAQs section because even though it’s not a frequently asked question (Many people don’t even know what a leaktest is…), it should be added to the FAQ just so people can learn about leaks and leaktests, their importancy and obviously, how to protect their own machine from leakage.
I hadn’t move the slider to “Allow All”. The firewall failed to start and all services came as “off” and a popup came from the taskbar saying something along the lines of: “Reinstalling Comodo Personal Firewall may fix thix problem” – which didn’t fix a thing.
Heh, just forget about it, it’s offtopic. I’ll fix it by reinstalling Windows and monitoring closely what happens after each program installation to find the cause to this problem.