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Comodo logs showing 0 protections in and out


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#1 l8start

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Posted 04 December 2008 - 12:57 AM

Hi, I installed comodo firewall, antivir, spywareblaster and spybot about 2 weeks ago to replace CA security suite.
So far no logs are building up in the comodo firewall. Its in safe mode, which came that way and is supposed to work that way.
Does this mean things are "coming and going" in and out of my computer without my knowledge? I have not gotten any warnings, alerts, nothing at all, but supposedly everythings "safe"?? Its almost too quiet. Any comments/suggestions? Thanks

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Posted 04 December 2008 - 04:46 AM

If you installed the latest firewall without Defense+ you will see very few pop-ups. Only applications not known to be safe by Comodo will be alerted if they try to access the internet.

If you look in Advanced Tasks, Network Security Policy, you can see the rules which have been created and are applied by the firewall.

You will only see entries in the log if one of these rules is fired and an inbound or outbound connection attempt is denied.
James




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