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Comodo Online Security v1.2.45944.37 Released (for Mozilla Based Browsers)
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Comodo Online Security v1.2.45944.37 Released (for Mozilla Based Browsers)
« on: Today at 11:10:52 AM »
Hi All,
We are happy to announce availability of Comodo Online Security browser extension for Mozilla Based browsers.
We previously released version for Chromium based browsers.

You can install from following Mozilla page:
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and product page is also updated to reflect the same:
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as mentioned previously, following are few points:
What does it do?
This browser extension protects you against malicious and phishing URLs. When it encounter one such URL, it will show warning page as shown in enclosed snap, allowing user to: Continue browsing or Go back
It also allows user to report false-positive and you can also report suspicious sites.

I have Comodo Internet Security - Web-filtering, do i still need it?
In general no. It uses the same cloud based database. But there have been cases where for certain blocked cases CIS has not been able to show proper block page allowing you to continue browsing. Down the road we will be shipping this with Comodo Internet Security/Internet Security Essentials / Comodo Secure Shopping also.

What's next in it?
We are working on some cool innovation, where we will be able to detect phishing pages on the fly. Phishing is something that is increasing and need default-deny approach, like we have for unknown files. We have our own web site, where you can see latest phishing cases You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view.

What about extensions for other browsers?
In works, we hope to release ones for IE and Edge this month.

Why extension, why not application?
Browser applications model is now getting more rigid and allowing to provide additional security via extensions only rather external applications. 

If you have any feature request, you may pin under wish-list section.

If you like it, please don't forget to leave your rating and feedback on Mozilla Add-ons page.

Please give it a try and share your feedback.

Thanks
-umesh
« Last Edit: Today at 11:14:56 AM by umesh »
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