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Thread: DT fails after updating Commodo Firewall

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    Default DT fails after updating Commodo Firewall

    Hi,

    after updating Commodo Firewall DT won't work anymore.
    So i deinstalled it and i can't re-install it (Error 14).

    Win 7, 64-Bit

    Any hints?

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    Disable D+ completely (the option requires a reboot).
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    Quote Originally Posted by almodo View Post
    Hi,

    after updating Commodo Firewall DT won't work anymore.
    So i deinstalled it and i can't re-install it (Error 14).

    Win 7, 64-Bit

    Any hints?
    See here:
    http://forum.daemon-tools.cc/f19/err...tml#post128422

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    DT causes buffer owerflow attack, and comodo defense+ will block it. If you are able to see alarm window from comodo, you can click on "ignore for this application" or something similar. Disable defense because of 1 app is not a very good idea.

    Are you guys preparing DT to be virus carrier or what?

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    Hi
    Do you understand HIPS philosophy?
    Defence+ is HIPS module included into Comodo Internet Security.
    Such security modules do not use any signature-based methods to detect harmful software.
    HIPS systems just intercept most of Windows API functions which can be used to brake (at least Comodo Defence+ thinks that such API can be dangerous) your OS and request for user decision in such cases.
    You do not need to disable Defence+ module forever. You need to disable this module for a time to be able to install DAEMON Tools and then enable it again.
    Here you can find similar discussion in Comodo official forum
    https://forums.comodo.com/empty-t62170.0.html and this discussion has status [RESOLVED]
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    Quote Originally Posted by SUPPORT2 View Post
    Hi
    Do you understand HIPS philosophy?
    Defence+ is HIPS module included into Comodo Internet Security.
    Such security modules do not use any signature-based methods to detect harmful software.
    HIPS systems just intercept most of Windows API functions which can be used to brake (at least Comodo Defence+ thinks that such API can be dangerous) your OS and request for user decision in such cases.
    You do not need to disable Defence+ module forever. You need to disable this module for a time to be able to install DAEMON Tools and then enable it again.
    Here you can find similar discussion in Comodo official forum
    https://forums.comodo.com/empty-t62170.0.html and this discussion has status [RESOLVED]
    "DTLite4356-001.exe tried to execute shellcode as a result of a possible buffer owerflow attack. This is typical of a buffer owerflow attack. Comodo Defense+ has already isolated DTLite4356-001.exe from the rest of the system....."

    It is the same for DTLite.exe and DTLiteHlp.exe so after installation comodo keeps screaming and stopping DT after each start. So svitch off defense+ for installation isn't sufficient.
    That alert doesn't seem to be much general, it looks to me pretty specific. Anyhow, I will look to comodo forums.

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    try adding DTLite.exe to your Computer Security Policy in Defense+Rules /Application System Activity Control /browse nav to the install folder select exe and apply

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