I had initially sent in this suggestion through e-mail and was politely asked to readdress the question here on the forums. I hope that in doing so will raise the interest from the Comodo-guru’s and bring it into the next age of internet security.
I’ve been using Comodo for over a year now, ever since my Avast Av went dead and I wanted to see what else was out there. I thought I would try CIS on my laptop, since it seems to keep it completely corrected no matter where I would take it.
Today I realize that it was quite an understatement.
I’ve been happily using CIS and other valuable Comodo products ever since, and have learned to rely on them quite a bit.
Recently I had discovered a Microsoft product that I was quite excited about, and for me to be able to say that without wincing is ‘saying something’.
Microsoft has released a Home Server, conveniently called Windows Home Server, or WHS. Curious about it, I ordered the trial version on DVD and waited. When it arrived I chose to use one of my old gaming Rigs to act as the home server, the mediator for all 8+ computers in my home.
Think of WHS as a stripped down, streamlined home server.
After I installed the OS, I was surprised to see that Avast has an AV specifically for WHS, and Comodo did not.
Right now my WHS is running Clam AV, since I don’t want to pay for Avast because I don’t believe in paying a monthly fee just to keep my computer safe.
Hence the reason for my suggestion.
I’d like to see Comodo create a WHS version, and I would gladly involve myself with any sort of testing that they would need from me to do it.
I believe in their products that much, that I would add an alpha and a beta version just to help create this possibility.
WHS will not run a typical Server2003 application, it needs to be made in an add-on for the WHS Server Console. So what do you say, developers, want to take CIS to the next level for home network admins, and bring confidence and safety back into a reality?