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3.9.74199.494 Beta (Apr 18, 2009)
There is no question that Comod firewall is one of the best free firwalls out but, like most companies, they are trying to everything and the other aspects of this security program fall short. I would rather see Comodo continue to just wokr on improving their firewall and leave the rest out.
To the person that loves this program but doesn't use the anti-virus and uses another anti-virus, I have one question- Why use this program when the standalone firewall is also free?
3.9.74199.494 Beta (May 1, 2009 - 10:07 AM)
Ok.. I have a certain amount of negative views on the so-called writers at Bn; however, if one is going to come to this site don't expect well-written news but articles design to generate clicks. As far as Ms. Gunn is concern, I assume she would like to considered a "woman" and not a 12 year old girl and since ADD seems rampant among the so-called writers at BN, it might be nice to take a trip down memory lane on some of the 12 year old girl Angela. If you want to apply standards to one person or SN then first apply them to yourself.
Now anything here can be found at other sites and better sites that actually do real benchmark testing and research. All the programs can be found at other sites so to anyone here, if you stay then you have to accept Bn as a 3rd rate site that caters to advertisers. So, you have a choice, either continue coming here or go to real news sites and get more in-depth reporting and not lame 12 year old "girlish" remarks from writers or you can stay. If you stay then you have no right to complain about anything. The choice is yours. for me, I'll be going to other sites because I am tired of the "12 year old girlish" articles written by this staff.
The best protest against Bn is not complaining in a post because that generates clicks for Bn but to leave. If a lot of people did that then Bn just might dump these wanabee writers and get real writers that do real benchmark testing and research and don write 12 year old "girlish" articles. The choice is yours.
So long and keep up those insightful 12 year old "girlish" articles.
3.9.74199.494 Beta (Apr 30, 2009 - 2:44 PM)
now this is real news; hard cutting edge news:
I have to go now and get my broker to buy radio shack stock.
3.9.74199.494 Beta (Apr 30, 2009 - 1:56 PM)
hey Pc..How them hangin? they better not be using that technology cause I have the patent on it. Don't plan on taking it to market but waiting to sue when the time is right.
3.9.74199.494 Beta (Apr 30, 2009 - 1:46 PM)
On another point- instead of writing a half page of meandering BS, especially since ADD is running wild, just say "you're an idiot" or you're a ****wad".It accomplishes the same thing and takes up less space.
3.9.74199.494 Beta (Apr 30, 2009 - 1:31 PM)
I had to stop in and comment and see how many mods I get. Not to toot my own horn or jerk off (oops..pardon me while I wipe the screen..there much better), but I posted this some time ago in a galaxy far away when Ms was sued and lost:
thx31 Apr 12, 2009 - 2:14 PM edited Setting aside the MS issue, This verdict on a patent that never was brought to market should case a pale over most software that uses a product key to activate. Even programs on this site may have a 15-30 day trial period but then you have to use a legal activation key to continue to use the program. This verdict would seem to put most software at risk. Now I am sure this person sued MS because they have money but if we take this verdict to its logical conclusion then all software may be at risk. Of course, if he gets the award then he won't have to bother suing other companies.
This also brings up the issue in the tech field that it is almost impossible now to build new technology that doesn't have some basis on patent technology that never went to market.
This case illustrates that we need to completely revamp our whole patent/copyright laws to recognize 21 century reality.
Even open source could be at risk since I suspect that if one looked closely at open source, you could find older patent technology. Once example would be browsers and another would be search engines.
I would also suspect that apple might need to be careful as if you were to break down their code on their various products you would find older patent technology that hasn't been brought to market.
Let's go for the record on the mod score.
Finally, I fully expect open source people to finally come out of the closet and good for them. It must get cramped in there.