Found a pc that is infected with a virus at a site that I am currently working at so I am going to just install CAVS right in the middle of it to see what happens. This pc had Norton Corporate AV installed and it did not find it. Now this AV was supposed to be scanning the Exchange mailboxes for viruses.
How it was found in the first place was they had installed Avast on another machine and that machine got an email from the infected machine. Avast caught the email on the second pc and so they checked the other machine by installing Avast there and it was infested. We had to stop all work until all of the machines were scanned with Avast and deemed safe before anyone could get back to work.
I asked if we could keep the infected pc off the network for testing and the company gave us permission to have at it, especially since I told them that Comodo products were free. They are watching this test to see how Comodo stacks up. I did tell them that CAVS was still in beta and it will not scan Exchange email so they know it is not finished yet.
So anyway to make a long story even longer Monday morning I am going to put Comodo programs to the test to just see what will happen. This is a small network of about 150 pcs and they are looking to save money just like any other business is so Comodo drew their interest. They do a lot of web stuff also so I am trying to get them to switch their certs to Comodo.
We will know the results Monday when I just set Comodo right down in the middle of it and let it do it’s thing. I am also going to test both firewalls, CAVS, and CBOC to see what happens. This should be interesting to say the least.
Go get 'em Comodo!! (:AGY) Stay tuned for the results.