johndoe74

[Release] Comodo Internet Security v3.8.65951.477

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johndoe74, is there a way to only include the firewall component? I don't really have a need to COMODO AV.

I'm asking because I *layer* my security software, using Avast! as my AV and COMODO as my FW.

Thanks very much, johndoe74 :) !!

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New release:: Version 3.5.54375.427 : 29th Oct, 2008

http://www.personalfirewall.comodo.com/release_notes.html

* FIXED! CFP.exe checks for subscription status every time it is started

* FIXED! CFP.exe crashes when filename is clicked on popup windows

Heya, johndoe74, might there be a way to only include the Firewall component into a add-on? That is the only thing that I wish to add to my nLited XP disk (not the AV, which I have Avast! for).

http://www.personalfirewall.comodo.com/download_cis.html

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I would recommend that the current version of CIS not be used on production machines, at least for now.

I updated from v3.0.25.378 to v3.5.54375.427 via the firewall's built-in update mechanism, once I'd rebooted the system it would BSOD within 5 minutes of logging on. I had to boot into safe mode and remove it and then reinstall the older (and stable) v3.0.25.378 firewall.

You can still get the older (but no longer supported) v3.0.25.378 firewall from:

http://www.personalfirewall.comodo.com/dow...d_firewall.html

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I have had one occurrence of the firewall crashing and closing on its own after the update. I had to reboot.

Seems the newer update is actually CIS without the Antivirus component. And it now called Comodo Firewall instead of Comodo Firewall Pro. The "pro" has been dropped.

Interestingly, I tried to update one physical and one virtual machine from 3.0.xxx to 3.5.xxx via built-in update and it stated there are no updates available.

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updated to v3.5.54375.427 (addons for prior builds also available in this topic)

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johndoe74, any luck on making a CIS Firewall ONLY add-on?

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Nice, but I have noticed that it sometimes blocks Firefox from launching

(it happened both in windows xp 64bit and 32bit editions, after removing CIS everything turned back to normal)

Thanx anyway for the effort...

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added Firewall only addon (no antivirus) for CIS v3.5.54375.427!

Edited by johndoe74
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Thanks soo much!!

Looking forward to your other updates. And remember to take it easy ;) !!

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please update to:

Version 3.5.55810.432 : 18th Nov, 2008

* FIXED! AV updating does not use internet explorer proxy settings

* FIXED! Defense+ does not protect WOW3264 registry keys

* FIXED! Defense+ reports truncated function name for some hooks

* FIXED! Cmdagent.exe consumes 100% memory when firefox.exe is run

* FIXED! Windows gives unsigned driver alert while installing CIS firewall drivers

* IMRPOVED! AV scanning takes long time while scanning certain files

Please please please!! :thumbup :thumbup :thumbup

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With the recent update to CIS 3.5.55810.432, Comodo has rearranged their webpages in such a way that one cannot navigate to a page with a link to the older, Firewall only, versions.

Direct links to the older, firewall only installers:

CFP_Setup_English_2.4.18.184.exe (for Windows 2000)

CFP_Setup_3.0.25.378_XP_Vista_x32.exe

CFP_Setup_3.0.25.378_XP_Vista_x64.exe

Edited by Kurt_Aust
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