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<img src="http://www.nsanedown.com/images/logos/Comodo5.png" class="logo" alt="Comodo Internet Security" title="Comodo Internet Security" />Comodo Internet Security offers 360° protection against internal and external threats by combining a powerful Antivirus protection, an enterprise class packet filtering firewall, and an advanced host intrusion prevention system called Defense+. Developed by one of the world's leading IT security providers, COMODO AntiVirus leverages multiple technologies(including on demand & on access scanning, email scanning, process monitoring and worm blocking) to immediately start protecting your PC. The new-look interface facilitates quick and easy access to all major settings, including the powerful and highly configurable security rules interface.

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Only tested the x86 CIS premium one. (there is a limit to how many WM I want it installed on :) ) All the installers have the same version number and are signed 8th of this month.

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Thanks for the update, jalaffa. :)

What is going on at Comodo? Comodo Firewall installer downloads for me for x86 and x64 both show 5.1.168827.1159:

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Somebody at the Comodo Forums noticed (after jalaffa, of course :)) that Comodo was updated and asked if this meant that v5.1 was now released. languy99, Comodo's Global Moderator didn't know so he installed it in a virtual 64-bit environment and confirms what jalaffa said — it installs 5.0.1142.

Strange that Comodo's Global Moderator didn't know anything about this update. :think:

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Agrees Night Owl :) It is slightly confusing this. They were for sure posting updated installers for the program to day. I got 5.0.163652.1142 after a fresh install. This version number has been mentioned in previous threads here also. Maybe users achieved that after doing an internal update?

The difference in version number in the installed software and the setup file itself ain't unusual in general. To be honest I can't remember how these numbers have correlated in the past for this specific software.

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I think this "new" version is only for there new bundled add-on COMODO GeekBuddy

I noticed that thing during install. You probably found the answer for the update there. Cool :)

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Nice Mr dcs18 :D If only a certain person wasn't a * SNIP * and quickly belittle others and then give minus rep :rolleyes:

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I have the available installers reverting back to an earlier version now - weird. Even weirder is that the timestamp of the latest is of today.

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The version on the installers is wrong guys. 
This is simply an installer change. Not a product update.
We will be replacing the files with the correct ones soon.

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What does GeekBuddy do? Is it useful?

GeekBuddy costs US $49.95 per year, but it has a 60-day free trial.

Subscribers can get remote-control help any time, day or night, with no limit on the number of sessions and no additional per-incident charge.

The service offers assistance with just about any kind of PC problem. Among the areas specifically covered are:

* Computer Troubleshooting

* E-mail Setup

* PC Tune-up

* Power Optimization

* Printer Setup

* Security Review

* Software Installation

* Virus Diagnosis And Removal

The remote technicians will install free security and productivity software as needed including Comodo Antivirus 5.0 and Comodo's firewall, Registry cleaner, backup utility and uninstaller.

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For the first time ever, I am impressed with this version. Still a bit too noisy with the otherwise excellent Defense+ and Firewall modules, and the Antivirus is of questionable quality, but they've really made an effort this time. Congrats to Comodo!

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most of us don't prefer installing the anti-virus module. ;)

exactly!

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