This question goes to the programmers that use Comodo.
Every time I clean a Symbian project with Nokia Qt SDK I get a Defense+ Alert. This happens because the Qt SDK creates a different .BAT file (with a random name, like make12345.bat) with the commands to erase the project files, including any .EXE (which triggers the alert).
While this is not a big problem (I don’t clean the projects so often), it’s annoying… and I won’t turn off Defense+ just for this. So, do you have any suggestion about what I could do remove this specific alert?
HeffeD, the SDK creates a new batch file every time the clean process is invoked. Even though I already set the programs in the SDK as “Installer or Updater”, the batch files is seen as a new app by Comodo when it is started.
Dennis2, where can I add an exception for this? I opened Defense+ → Defense+ Settings, and I have there 4 tabs:
Execution Control Settings (has Exclusions only for buffer overflow protection)
Except for Execution Control Settings, I can’t find a way to add exceptions anywhere… I found options to define a trusted app, but I can only select a single file or one of a predetermined set of File Groups (Executables, All applications, etc.)
Dennis2: fabulous! Worked like a charm! Thanks a lot! ;D
Heffed: I had already defined many of the SDK files (including the one that creates the .bat) as “Installer or Updater”, but for some reason the .bat files were not being treated the same way. Maybe they were created by a file but invoked by another one, but since the SDK contains hundreds of EXEs in dozens of folders, it seemed to me that Dennis2’s solution was faster. But thanks for trying, I appreciated!