eBlocker with Comodo Internet Security

Matthias Mueller shared this question 4 months ago
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Hello!


I'm using your eBlocker (OS Version 1.3.5) on a Windows 10 Pro System (Version 1703, Build 15063.296) with Comodo Internet Security 10.0.1.6223 and the Google Crome Browser (Version 59.0.3071.86). If I open the Google Crome Browser my Comodo shows me a Warning window with a hint that 'A potential security breach has been detected' . I can choose between to options. First I can choose 'Protect Me and Block the Website Access' or I can select 'I Choose to Continue' . If I disable the eBlocker for my Windows machine this Comodo message doesn't pop up. For me this is an issue on your side. What can be done to resolve this problem. Thank you for your help. Kindly regards Matthias

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Did you use the eBlockers SSL feature? If so, is the eBlocker certificate stored in Windows 10, like you can see in our manual (chapter 6.2)?

You can find your actual eBlocker manual here: https://www.eblocker.com/en/user-manual/


Which website is your Chrome starting page?


Does you see also a warning, wenn you open a HTTPS websites?

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I use the SSL feature and I installed the certificate to the certificate store of Windows 10. There is no starting page added. I define 'about:blank' as starting page. The warning message is shown directly after starting the Chrome browser. If I confirm with 'I Choose to Continue' and then open another webpage e.g. heise.de (via SSL) the warning message isn't shown again. The warning message of Comodo shows that the chrome.exe want to connect to http://www.google.com.

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So you can see the eBlocker icon on https://www.heise.de in the upper right corner without any Comodo warning (referring the eBlocker / Heise certificate)?

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Thats correct. The eBlocker icon on https://www.heise.de is shown in the browser. For me it's not quite logical what's going on in the background. For example if I use the Microsoft Internet Explorer (MSIE, Version 11.296.15063.0) I also get the warning from Comodo. But with this browser I get a warning with every new website which uses SSL (e.g. golem.de, heise.de). I think that the Comodo Internet Security package detects that the trusted certificate of eBlocked doesn't belongs to the requested website. But if this is true then it's not clear if there is a real security problem or not.