I’ve been experimenting with using Secure Shopping feature. I love having another layer of protection against any potential keyloggers when entering passwords for sensitive websites.
I have a few questions:
(1) Is there some way to setups a bunch of links so that I don’t have to find various software I want to run each and every time after starting up my Secure Shopping protected desktop environment? Seems like it would be easy to implement so I can configure Secure Shopping desktop with my custom security software related links (including relevant files, folders, etc) that I normally need to run or access for secure transactions.
(2) I have IE, Firefox, and Chrome browsers installed. I want to specifically use Firefox for Secure Shopping but for some reason, even after making it default browser in Secure Shopping configuration, its link does not show up when I start Secure Shopping desktop environment. Instead, only IE and Chrome links appear at the bottom. Also, IE automatically opens up and starts connecting to internet. I do NOT want to use IE. I do not use IE at all on my system. So, every time I start Secure Shopping desktop, I have to close IE, open Windows Explorer, navigate manually to Firefox browser and open it manually. It’s very annoying and I would love to see this fixed, or even better, if someone can provide a workaround?!
(3) Is there software similar to Comodo’s secure shopping? It seems like a great idea and I’d love to use Comodo’s version since I already rely on Comodo for firewall and HIPS, but accessing all software that I need to run by finding it every time manually in Windows Explorer is becoming a pain.
(4) Is there some comparison I can find on how Secure Shopping stacks up against competition? If I have silent rootkits / keyloggers / malware running for some reason without realizing it, how good of a protection does Secure Shopping provide? I am sure there is no 100% protection in such case but it would be great to understand the value of this feature beyond the advertisement, which definitely sounds very appealing!