Comodo Antivirus is a powerful antivirus engine which aims to keep your PC safe from even the very latest malware.
The suite allows known safe applications to access your system. Untrusted programs are run in an isolated environment where they can't do any harm to your system, while cloud-based antivirus and behaviour monitoring quickly detects even brand-new, undiscovered threats.
Most of this works entirely automatically, and novice users can simply carry on using their PC just as they did before.
But if you need more control, there's plenty to explore. You can monitor process activity in an extended Task Manager; there's a configurable sandbox for running suspect applications; a versatile Host Intrusion Protection System helps you define exactly what programs can (and can't) do on your system, and a host of settings and options ensure the program works exactly as you'd like.
What's new in version 10.0.1?
1 - Comodo Security Agent could not be started
2 - Comodo Application shortcuts could not be deleted, renamed or moved.
3 - IP4 and IP6 entry names could be distorted.
4 - Some of Windows XP PCs could not download updates.
5 - Cygwin fails at post-install scripts and apps like Dash, Bash become unresponsive / consume abnormal CPU usage.
6 - In Containment settings, checkbox 'Do not show privilege elevation alert' was selected after clean install, it should have been de-selected by default.
7 - Some users reported that Windows firewall was disabled even though they installed Comodo Antivirus rather Comodo Firewall
8 - File Lookup Service(FLS) could fail in some cases.
9 - Trusted vendor list could see reduced list of entries for CIS versions older than v10 in last major update.
“Pseudo File Downloaders” file group has been updated with additional entries for: *\cmd.exe | *.bat | *.cmd for enhanced security. This file group is referenced in 3rd "Run Virtually" rule set.