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Latest version:
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Last month's downloads:
215
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64 MB
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  • May 01, 2013, 11:59 | Posted by Dominick1987

    almost feels like i have vista gadgets on windows xp. way to go. looks good and very stable....
  • December 24, 2012, 11:19 | Posted by Godwin1980

    great small resources game works great on different windows
  • October 05, 2012, 08:40 | Posted by Luke1977

    this version wasnt so bad but 7 crashed less for me . 8 and 5 are the best so far , though...
  • February 23, 2013, 21:26 | Posted by Cyrus1983

    nich bro..
  • February 16, 2013, 18:36 | Posted by Garry1974

    apple software on windows should simply be called a virus as it is every bit as invasive.
  • May 12, 2013, 20:15 | Posted by Cyrus1975

    i guess we'll have to agree to disagree on all points, "lord" (someone using the nickname "lord" calling me "immature"--rich!). i find imgburn inconvenient and clunky. i do agree that it usually works well.as far as windows having a native ability to burn images to disc, well i have to disagree. none of my winxp machines have this capability. the only thing i can do is burn images to discs as files.if i were friends with every author i've been accused of being friends with, wow, that would be a big happy family. always, if it's freeware, you're free to rave about it, but if it's shareware, you're insulted and accused of being a biased liar. yet i'm the "immature" and "closed minded" one!
  • December 16, 2012, 00:23 | Posted by Rodger1974

    best of its kind! thanks to author for the freeware version! it definitely saved my day once already.
  • March 16, 2013, 22:41 | Posted by Neal1978

    you more stupid than others thinking that people should be spied for what they do , p2p came with internet and will die with internet , but you are right ,also trolls came revealed with internet and you are into this category. for the fact that you are unfair like majors , for the fact that is illegal to track down people activities on internet , it's named privacy , get information about.you are a liar and this is the fact . you work for the agencies that are so scared of ipfilterx that talk sh*t as you do ...multiple times per day .do it... supergenious... do it...omg:.. we should caught ourselves...also others p2p app creatorslittle work is your that insulte other work for free...yeah and for you : p a t h e t i c
  • October 27, 2012, 19:06 | Posted by Reuben1985

    i don't understand why it's not secure at all as the list you're talking about is based on signed files.did you ever install any malware digitally signed ?comodo worked on a software more friendly as lot of people were lost with all the alerts they had to create rules, alerts for the firewall, alerts for defense+, as they didnt know what to do with all those alerts.now, comodo can run with a limited number of rules to create for common users that hate all those complicated softwares with tones of settings and alerts.but what i like the best is that comodo is still configurable to have full control on the traffic with alerts for anything, so you create many rules for each process, or use predefined policies like "browser policy" or "ftp client" , "email client, outgoing only, trusted apps and blocked apps.the defense+ is a powerfull security tool to monitor all files activities and decide what a file will be allowed to do on the system.defense+ is protecting by default important files and folders, you can add your own files and folders rule, there's a default protected reg keys and you can also add your own keys you want to protect, there's a protected com interfaces also configurable like you want.and to help defense+ configuration, there's a sandbox where anything that's not part of trusted software vendors is launched sandboxed with a level of security you chose to run the file sandboxed. there are several levels of security from partially limited to blocked. setting blocked for unknown files is too high as the file cant run so just before blocked you have "untrusted files" that will launch the unknown file with not enough rights to corrupt your system.the files unrecognized will stay into the sandbox as long as you decide about it. if you know the file, so it's not a problem, sometimes comodo doesnt know all softwares, and the unrecognized files sandboxed stored into a specific place are submitted to the cloud so, they're analysed and if they're unknown, after some days, they'll be classified as trusted or not,even if you didnt install the av, you got the cloud that will inform you about the unrecognized file.this software is really great and needs to be tested, you can use the version with the av, but i like comodo for his firewall and defense+i use a shareware as antivirus to complete comodo.

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