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I have been using Comodo Free Internet Security for well over 9 years now, if I am not mistaken in my calculations. I do not remember a single major infection since switching to Comodo from Avast, to which I switched to from AVG (which now turns out was a horrible mistake on my part way back when, haha). Favorite UI version of the Free Internet Security was back in 2011 though, when I wrote a Finish user manual for that version as my final work for my school back then. So yes, I warmly recommend the Free Internet Security. And if you have the money to do so, please do consider upgrading to the full version. Comodo and their team truly deserve it.
Up to now, I have tried and analyzed various anti-virüs programs including Avira, Kaspersky, Bitdefender and Avast. However, one of the softwares I am satisfied with is Comodo. I have been using Comodo Internet Security both on my laptop and on my desktop computer. I like all the services that Comodo provides. It is unbelievably fast and uses so little source on computer.(less than 20 MB) On the other hand, its protection is 5-stars. It is able to detect the viruses which others couldn't. No need to say about the firewall. Highly recommended ! You won't regret trying it.
I believe that comodo is one of the best internet securities in the word.
I have been using Comodo Free Internet Security for a couple of months now. It is able to track malware and has warned many times. It has not affected system performance and I am very happy with it. I recommend that you guys try it out.
Comodo internet security is my only love. i hate when i see in the top 10 bitdefender and other products and my Comodo isn't. i use cis since 2010 and i am very proud to this product. it is very light and he protects me very well. BITDEFENDER IS A BULLSHIT is not light and no configurable. i love you Comodo!
Known and listed PC-safe files and applications are easily identified and able to access your PC.
Firewall and Antivirus combine to stop viruses and malware before they enter the PC.
The sandbox is a virtual operating environment for untrusted programs – ensuring viruses and other malicious software are completely isolated from the rest of your computer.
Total security for online shopping and banking. Features browser isolation, keylogger prevention, copy-paste protection, screen capture blocking and SSL certificate inspection.
Firewall quickly learns the rules you set for downloading software, and adjusts its alerts accordingly to fit your needs.
Spyware Scanner detects and cleans malware infections in PC registry and disks.
Cloud based antivirus scanning detects malicious file even if a user does not have up-to-date virus definitions.
Cloud based behavior analysis system detects zero-day malware INSTANTLY.
Cloud based whitelisting of trusted publisher easily identifies a safe file and vendor
Keeps you safe online by automatically blocking dangerous websites and allows you to set up custom block lists for different members of your family.
Suppresses operations that could interfere with a user's gaming experience such as alerts, virus database updates or scheduled scans.
Provides users with the ability to lockdown their PC so only known good applications can run.
Make sure your PC is clean with one simple button click.
Quickly navigate through the various parts of Firewall protection without getting lost.
Preset security settings for simple point-and-click setup.
List of over two million known PC-friendly files and applications so safe files and apps are allowed to run.
Internet Security is a security suite plus. More than just an antivirus program, it also includes an award-winning firewall, host intrusion prevention, a sandbox for untrusted software, anti-malware and buffer overflow protection to deliver comprehensive protection against today's diverse range of threats....read more
Yes. Applications in the sandbox are run under a carefully selected set of privileges and will write to a virtual file system and registry instead of the real system. This means untrusted (but harmless) applications have the freedom to operate as usual while malicious programs are prevented from accessing or infecting your computer. This provides smoothest and most secure user experience possible....read more
It's simple: prevention-based, Default Deny Protection. It works by only allowing trusted files to run on your system. Files that are not trusted are run inside the new sandbox
No – the sandbox is the first part of a trust decision engine. After an unknown application has been placed in the sandbox, Internet Security will also automatically queue it for submission to Comodo labs where it will be analyzed by our technicians. If it is found to be harmless then it will be added to the global safe list that will be downloaded by all Internet Security users in the next round of updates. Once it is added to the safe list, the application will no longer be run in the sandbox by Internet Security. If it is found to be malicious then it will be added to Comodo's list of malware signatures and will be deleted after the next round of updates....read more
The sandbox is a virtual operating environment created within your computer for unknown and untrusted programs. Internet Security automatically runs untrusted programs in the sandbox where they cannot make changes to processes, programs or data on your 'real' system. This protection goes well beyond traditional Antivirus software by ensuring any brand new viruses are completely isolated and cannot cause damage....read more
Yes. However, enterprises looking to implement Internet Security on large networks of workstations would benefit from the centralized management capabilities of Comodo Endpoint Security Manager (CESM).
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Comodo Secure Shopping is a major new feature in CIS 10 which provides unbeatable security for online banking and shopping sessions. When using Secure Shopping, websites will open inside a security-hardened virtual environment which is isolated from the rest of your computer. This creates a threat resistant tunnel between you and your target website which cannot be monitored or attacked by any other processes running on your computer.
But Secure Shopping isn't just for the internet! You can run any application which handles sensitive information inside the secure environment. Examples include:
Applications inside the secure environment are totally sealed-off from other processes on your computer - meaning there is no way that malware can gain access to your data.
The technology behind Comodo Secure Shopping is already being used by major point-of-sale and money-wiring organizations to secure sensitive customer transactions. With CIS 10, Comodo brings this same level of security to your home. If you need a truly secure place to work and go online, then use Comodo Secure Shopping.
Comodo Internet Security 10 features the new 'Lycia' interface which features several design and UX enhancements. The new look allows you to accomplish tasks faster while keeping you better informed than ever before.
We've streamlined our installation processes so users always receive the most up-to-date version even if you download an outdated build.
Have you ever tried to run a program only to find your security software is blocking it - then can't figure out what you need to do to get it running? Is it the firewall, the behavior blocker, the sandbox or the antivirus which is stopping it? CIS 10's new unblock applications feature allows you to release applications with a single click from whichever security component has blocked them.