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#2 Guest_Blue Sky_* Guest_Blue Sky_* Guests Posted 17 November 2007 - 08:55 PM Just found out that I can't end the process because

C:\Program Files\[Comodo Firewall Pro folder] ll. For start I just blocked the process from Comodo defense+ and I`m still digging this up. The correct location of the file is C:\Program Files\Comodo\Firewall\CPF.exe. Solution 2: Install the Latest Version of the Comodo Firewall Download the latest version of Comodo Firewall.

Cobb, PA USA OnlineArmor has been running perfectly since Saturday morning, 3 or 4 programs requested access to the internet, all were given it (and marked 'Remember my decision'). I am trying to figure out how to make Comodo work and in the same time to avoid the Cmdagent.exe process eating CPU. EDIT: Attaboy, *****Expletives removed by Moderator***** the torpedoes, LOL! drumroll......Online-Armor from Australia http://www.tallemu.com/free-firewall-pr ... https://support.comodo.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/551/13/high-cpu-usage-after-installing-comodo-firewall

Cmdagent.exe Mcafee

Resolution Method Before proceeding, use a trusted antivirus program to scan your PC for infections. HomeForumsContact HijackThisSearchHelp Please visit our forums for help with malware removal or any tech support question. If that doesn't help, it's possible you've picked up some kind of malware infection.

WE'RE SURE THAT YOU'LL LOVE US! All rights reserved. It has worked good, but ever since I installed it I notice that occasionally the cmdagent.exe process starts to take a very large amount of my CPU, with no apparent reason. We'll be standing by for "film at 11." Top Profile Reply with quote iminj Post subject: PostPosted: Sat Feb 09, 2008 5:50 pm Offline Freshman Member Joined: Wed Mar

But keep an eye on it, especially when installing new applications and updating others. Cmdagent Linux I only want the FW, not the rest. I've taken an image already (Acronis), now I'm gonna wipe Comodo into oblivion, and try this new 'champion'. Nest step is to make sure that there are no left overs of previously uninstalled security programs around.

My solution was to install the trial version of Tune-Up Utilities and disable Comodo's startup in the TU shell>Increase performance>TuneUp StartUp Manager. Bruno This is part of the best, free Personal Firewall you can get, if you have COMMDO you have the BEST. Let's give OA a try. _________________Lovely day for a Guinness! (The Real Black Stuff)Check out The Boardroom for Parts, Mods and Other Services.And don't forget the Motherboards! If you find a firewall/HIPS that works on your system, stick with it until Hell freezes over...regardless of how critical others may be in their assessment of your chosen product.

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http://forums.comodo.com/help_for_v3-b105.0/ http://forums.comodo.com/bug_reports-b106.0 I think cmdagent.exe is a core component of CFP, so killing it might resolve your issue but reduce your protection. http://forum.thinkpads.com/viewtopic.php?t=56096 HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Local AppWizard-Generated Applications\CFP_Setup_3.0.15.277_XP_Vista_x64 mm. Cmdagent.exe Mcafee In task manager every now and then it will go to 99 and use 100% CPU. Cavwp.exe High Cpu Usage Start with remembering what security programs you had installed before you ever started using CIS.

m 0 l treefrog07 a b à CPUs March 31, 2010 12:19:32 PM Best answer selected by treefrog07. Referring to USSS's instructions on the Comodo Forum, my manual clean up consisted of only 4 items: d. The search function on their boards is pretty dicey, but here are the links to "Help" and "Bug Reports" I kind of suspect you may have already waded through both of Speak to you soon. Comodo Internet Security High Cpu Usage

but i THINK its under control THOUGH my computer is now acting a lot slower... I'll follow up in a few days. _________________Lovely day for a Guinness! (The Real Black Stuff)Check out The Boardroom for Parts, Mods and Other Services.And don't forget the Motherboards! I use Comodo Firewall and never have that problem. This is very good app!

Back to top #4 Guest_Blue Sky_* Guest_Blue Sky_* Guests Posted 18 November 2007 - 05:22 PM Just rebooted and now working perfectly. Thanks anyway. If you wish to show your appreciation, then you may donate to help keep us online.

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Also, my mouse is no longer interrupted (must have been a Comodo issue). @USSS, thanks for the regedit permissions tip, worked like a charm. After reboot your computer.? I'd suggest you visit our Infections Removal Forum to make sure. Irv View May 17, 2010 P.S.

Comodo has been developing discrete products for some time now, and this is the first indication (to me, anyway) that they are going to begin combining these applications into an integrated You get this message because the file is part of the Comodo Firewall, which might be functional when you try to end the cmdagent.exe process. I'm sure I'll be asking questions, as I do at every forum. It combines the simplicity of Kerio Personal Firewall with the functionality of Jetico Personal Firewall into an easy to use, elegant, and powerful firewall.

Register now! CFP is a very promising hybrid of firewall and HIPS. Pretty sure it's not malware. Cobb, PA USA I uninstalled Comodo 3.0.16.295 It was remarkably painless, and Comodo finally got their act together.

Executable files may, in some cases, harm your computer. Is there anything I can do besides this?? Please click here if you are not redirected within a few seconds. If you have low speed internet, should not use this firewall app.

I'll do them some other time. ===================================== Installing OnlineArmor took only a few minutes. When I press CTRL + ALT + DEL to show the Task Manager, it shows that CMDAGENT.EXE is using 100% CPU. Back to top #6 button button New Member New Member 1 posts Posted 02 June 2008 - 05:55 PM It has been my experience over the last few months of using Did we mention that it's free.

Indeed, it's a very promising firewall, yet my own concern is growing that CFP will eventually evolve into another so-called "security suite," which does not sit well with me. Sign In Create Account Body Background skin color theme reset What the Tech Search Advanced Search section: Google This topic Forums Members Help Files Downloads Unreplied Topics View New Content