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Offline RNfromTN

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Re: comodo personal firewall
« Reply #150 on: December 21, 2005, 01:24:11 AM »
Hi Polonus,

No, I don't set my Comodo security level to "Low". If I did then there wouldn't be any protection at all. I was just pointing out that I believe if a person wanted to disable Comodo this would be all they needed to do. I leave my Security setting set at "Custom". This way I have complete stealth report results from GRC etc and toolleaky is also passed.  :)
 Also if security level is set to 'high',nothing is allowed in or out regardless of your settings or rules.
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Re: comodo personal firewall
« Reply #151 on: December 21, 2005, 02:05:11 AM »
Do you know a link where we can find Network (and maybe Program) rules catalog?
I mean, some trustable group or rules that can be manually configurated into Comodo?
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Re: comodo personal firewall
« Reply #152 on: December 21, 2005, 10:46:13 AM »
Well you're right there... but why not try to talk to them as well ?

Maybe they are reading this! If they're not, they should be. It's an excellent source of feedback from users.

Same situation is with those announcements... they all are exactly the same color, and Kerio has red-ish and green-ish strip, so at least you can get some picture before deciding what to do with that particular pop-up window. It would be really nice if Comodo has something similar.

True. I understand 'green is good, red is bad.'

I guess it's meant to be a firewall for little bit more experienced users...

That was certainly my impression. A impressive product, but not for the faint hearted at the moment.
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