Comodo Antivirus
Comodo Antivirus
2.2.2.34

3.0

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Comodo Antivirus2.2.2.34

26 July 2018

Antivirus/anti-malware package.

Overview

Comodo Antivirus provides complete protection against viruses, worms and Trojan horses for Mac OS X based computers.

Why Comodo Antivirus for Mac Computers?
There used to be a time when Mac computers were considered almost 'virus-proof'. Unfortunately, this is no longer the case. The quantity of Mac viruses is growing at an alarming rate and solid protection against these threats is essential if you wish to prevent identity theft, file corruption or interception of your credit card details.

Comodo Antivirus provides the state-of-the-art virus protection to your Mac OS computer at no cost. Featuring an on-demand scanner, 'always on' real-time protection and a constantly updated database of known viruses, Comodo AV provides superior protection against zero-day malware. This is not a stripped down version of a paid product, it's the real deal. Scan any drive or file. Get in-depth reports on viral activity. Even scan compressed .zip files, where viruses often hide. All in one attractive user-friendly interface.

Unique Features

  • Automatic updates for the most up-to-date virus protection
  • Drag and drop any object onto the dock icon for instant virus analysis
  • Easy to use interface lets you install and forget: no annoying pop-ups or false alarms
  • Comodo Antivirus has been built with intelligence. Upon detecting a suspicious file that could be a virus, our software will immediately place that file in quarantine ("Antivirus Jail"): the file is blocked, awaiting trial. If it's a viral invader, delete it.

What's new in Comodo Antivirus

Version 2.2.2.34:
  • Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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13 Reviews of Comodo Antivirus

Dodge
29 March 2012
Version: 1.1.214829.106

Most helpful

Will it slowdown my Mac as some of the others do?
(2)
Mcr
22 January 2015
Version: 1.1.214829.106
Detailed malware detection test results are regularly posted here for nearly 2 dozen products, free and paid: http://securityspread.com/detection-rate-results/ These are very detailed, showing EXACTLY by name for each malware/virus if it is detected or not, for each product, then products are ranked 95%, 85%, 75% etc based on detection rates. Historical results are maintained so you can compare over time, and you do see product results change with each test (done every month to every 3 months depending on whether there are any new reported malware in the field, and a sample can be obtained for testing). I've done a bit of research on the site and tester, to make sure it was not one of those 'sponsored' sites by a vendor that are made to appear as objective, neutral reviews. The fact that the product rankings change constantly AND that the results are very specific and listed in detail, further support that this site and the tester are very objective. In fact this is exactly the kind of site and test results, that vendors DON'T want you to see, even the ones that do well on the test (because no product is 100%). I am posting this to support the Mac Community. When we are all better informed when it comes to this important area of security in this day of cyber threats, we all benefit. Education and information is the best defense, (as with so many things in life). For example, if someone uses MacKeeper because they don't know better, then in some ways the community failed for not getting the word out. If after doing some research and being advised not to use MacKeeper, someone still chooses to do so, then you can't help that, but hopefully it wasn't because there wasn't information available. My aim is not to support or dissuade anyone about a particular product, you pick / use or don't use whatever product you want, and live with the consequences, just remember that your decision can effect others, by virtue of whether you are part of stopping the spread, or being a part of it. I highly recommend you don't just look at the current results, but look at the past ones as well. You WILL see trends, with some products consistently doing well and others not so much, and some moving up and down. Remember, an A/V product rests on two main things, the scanning engine AND the malware database. A great engine can be crippled if the database is not updated in a timely manner. Conversely, a vendor that does maintain a current database might still not be effective if the program itself is buggy. This site only ONLY addresses virus detection results, it does not in general make any conclusions or post results regarding performance, installation, support, UI, etc.
(0)
1
Dmitry-Novikov
18 January 2014
Version: 1.1.214829.106
Guys, During work this application hangs several times. The vies detection is the same like Avast. After uninstalling this software i have several application still on my Mac...
(0)
1
tjekov37
12 July 2013
Version: 1.1.214829.106
Guys, where you upgrade Comodo antivirus for MAC OSX 10.8- 10.9 ??!!!!
(0)
3
UglyStuff
04 May 2013
Version: 1.1.214829.106
As far as Mac antivirus apps go, it's not the worst of the bunch, by far (Avast is the winner in this respect, IMHO), but I still wonder why the installer will switch from the chosen system language to Finish when it comes to click on "Install"... Could prompt more than one Mac user to cancel the whole thing. Haven't we been repeatedly told not to click on links leading to parts unknown...? For the record, I don't speak/read/write/guess Finish...
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0.5
Mondele
16 March 2013
Version: 1.1.214829.106
I really wish I could give this application 5 stars! I love Comodo for Windows, and recommend it to all of my clients who need malware protection, but this Mac product is not stable enough for use. Installation was not a problem, but an attempt to perform a complete scan of my Mac Pro caused a complete system lockup four times. (Forced reboot was required each time) I have wasted enough time trying to resolve the issue that I'm not interested in a fix any more. I will probably try again when they release an update, but this is definitely not ready for actual use.
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3
WooRo
13 October 2012
Version: 1.1.214829.106
Although Comodo detects most threats, it has a poor malware removal system, especially when it comes to rootkits, and it's not just me, I've found this issue in many reviews and tests by different labs. Also, the same slow Mac problem here.
(1)
Pirx
23 September 2012
Version: 1.1.214829.106
May be I am alone, may be not: On Mac OS X 10.8.2 with AV installed, either Comodo or Sophos, if I have several applications running (Mail, Firefox, Skype), one application will hang (=beachball) and take the other applications with it, they also start beachballing. Console output is inconclusive. Uninstalling Comodo resolves the issue. Same application hang happens with Sophos, so it is not a Comodo-only issue. Any input will be most welcome.
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Pirx
16 September 2012
Version: 1.1.214829.106
The Comodo download site seems to be blocked in the People's Republic of China. If that is because of Comodo's anti-spyware/anti-malware capabilities, this blocakge can be considered a medal of honor.
(0)
5
Penguirl
25 May 2012
Version: 1.1.214829.106
Comodo is definitely a step-up from Avira. Features like on-demand scanning, Game Mode, and good control of what & how it does what it does. It might be a bit intimidating to users who aren't technically inclined or inexperienced with A/V software but it isn't too bad. There was no noticeable effect on my QC Mac Pro's performance, though it did indicate what I believe to be a false positive - a clip art PDF in Toast's Disc Cover 3 RE.app. At the same time it found a dirty Java file that Sophos, ClamX AV, and MacScan all missed so maybe Comodo is more sensitive(?).
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2shae
05 April 2012
Version: 1.1.214829.106
I slows down my powerful, i7 4,2Ghz; 8GB ram, hackintosh to a crawl!!! Google Chrome is barely usable. Had to uninstall, just to use my Mac care free (ironically)
(1)
Steve K
29 March 2012
Version: 1.1.214829.106
I'm sorry, but the alarmist attitude on the developer's website is a little over the top: "There used to be a time when Mac computers were considered almost 'virus-proof'. Unfortunately, this is no longer the case. " There is very small number of malware for OS X, but no viruses. Not a single one. Having said that it's always good to use an anti-virus app like Comodo if you share files with Windows folks so you don't infect them with a virus that cannot affect you.
(0)
Hal2007
29 March 2012
Version: 1.1.214829.106
System specs say "10.6 and later". Nothing about 10.7 Lion. Is it Lion compatible...?
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Dodge
29 March 2012
Version: 1.1.214829.106
Will it slowdown my Mac as some of the others do?
(2)
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Free

3.0

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.9.0 or later

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