Comodo Firewall is one of several free Internet security tools for Microsoft Windows, developed by Comodo Group. The Comodo Firewall manages traffic, secures and monitors in/out connections and blocks Internet attacks.
Comodo Firewall uses Default Deny Protection (DDP), a prevention-based technology, to reference a list of over two million known friendly applications and will alert you when an application is not on the list.
Other Comodo Internet Security Tools
Comodo also offers free Internet security software to protect your PC against viruses and other attacks, TrustConnect to secure Wi-Fi connections, Comodo Rescue Disk to scan your system from boot, Cloud Antivirus monitoring and PC Tune-up to resolve slow PC issues.
Many of the individual Comodo tools, in addition to other Internet and security applications --such as online backups and Sandbox Technology, can be purchased via the Internet Security Pro/Complete application.
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