What actually happened or you actually saw: see photo below
What you expected to happen or see: Normal display, see photo below
How you tried to fix it & what happened: Disable CFP
If its an application compatibility problem have you tried the application fixes?: n/a
Details (exact version) of any application involved with download link: Firefox 4.0 Beta 7
Whether you can make the problem happen again, and if so exact steps to make it happen: Enable CFP
Any other information (eg your guess regarding the cause, with reasons): Attached
Files appended. (Please zip unless screenshots).
Screenshots illustrating the bug: Attached
Screenshots of related CIS event logs and the Defense+ Active Processes List: n/a
A CIS config report or file. Attached
Crash or freeze dump file: n/a
CIS version, AV database version & configuration used: n/a
a) Have you updated (without uninstall) from CIS 3 or 4, if so b) have you tried reinstalling?: Clean Install
a) Have you imported a config from a previous version of CIS, if so b) have U tried a preset config?: New Config
Other major changes to the default config (eg ticked ‘block all unknown requests’, other egs here.) n/a
Defense+ and Sandbox OR Firewall security level: CFP - Custom Policy Mode
OS version, service pack, no of bits, UAC setting, & account type: WinXP Pro SP3 32 Bit
Other security and utility software installed: SAS and MBAM on Demand
Virtual machine used (Please do NOT use Virtual box): n/a
When visiting http://www.vcdq.com in Firefox, CFP is blocking TCP Out from 22.214.171.124 to 126.96.36.199 which keeps the site from loading completely (no prompts from CFP). I have Firefox and IE both set as Web Browser in my CFP configuration. Viewing the page in IE works fine. If I disable CFP, the page loads fine in Firefox. Could you point me to a fix for this? This is the only page I visit that I have this problem.
Attached screenshot of rules that allow page to fully load.
I’m having the same result in ff v3.6.12, I have AddBlock and NoScript add-ons installed and I’ve told NoScript addon to allow everything from the page temporarely but the result is the same. I think this site maybe doesn’t work well with Firefox, I’ve encountered situations like this before and after some time I saw that the pages were working so it either could be the website or ff. Using win xp pro sp3 32 bit.
I’m not experiencing any CIS crashes. If I temporarily disable the firewall through the right click in the System Tray and reload the page, Firefox displays it fine. CFP is preventing the page displaying properly, but I don’t know what to do to correct it. If I change my CFP settings for Firefox from Web Browser to Custom, I can get the page to display properly. It just won’t do it with CFP set to Web Browser (although this setting works for IE).
So to clear this up… what does cfp.exe does ? I thought is for the firewall but somebody on this forum told me is for the gui ! Which is it… I’m confused ! I had some cfp.exe crashes, I received a message that said Comodo has encountered a problem and needs to close and was at the same time with a cfp.exe crash report alert in the win event viewer !
Just now I’ve set ff to custom and it did displayed the page correctly ! Then I’ve switched back to Web Browser and accessed the page but… weird… it displayed it correctly ! Guess I have to close ff for the cookies to clear.
You got me… I just thought that the Web Browser policy was the more secure way to go with web browsers.
I just had a weird occurrence though… I installed Comodo Dragon (188.8.131.52 beta) to see what it did, and the page rendered perfectly. I loaded it in Firefox and it also loaded perfectly. Then in IE8, it looked like your screenshot. ???
Oh yeah, must set Dragon to Web Browser… 88) Reload Dragon, same image as IE8. Reload Firefox, same image as IE8… Not sure what happened there. :o
Thank you for your Bug report could you please include the info below in your first post, and also if possible attach a screenshot to your first post of your Custom rules you have now that allow it to display correctly.
6. OS version, service pack, no of bits, UAC setting, & account type:
7. Other security and utility software installed:
8. Virtual machine used (Please do NOT use Virtual box):