Comodo Unite creates a virtual private network (VPN) among computers across the Internet to simulate a local network. The transmissions Comodo Unite creates are secured with 128 bit encrypted SSL connections. If you’re into sharing files with remote users, accessing your home computer from work, or working on projects with others over the Internet, Comodo Unite may very well be what you’re in need of. It works by first creating a virtual network and then adding contacts (computers) to the private network. All the communication is encrypted and secured while at the same time utterly simple to use for anyone. We’re going to look at what it takes to create a new account with Comodo Unite, how to add computers to a network, and then glance over the features that are provided.
COMODO Valkyrie, also known as the Comodo File Verification Service, is a way for users to upload and have documents tested to see if it is safe or not. Comodo’s File Verification Service (FVS) scans documents, pictures and more for features such as whether they have been tampered with or if other information is embedded that could cause harm. Traditional anti-virus programs can only tell you if a file you have downloaded is something bad on the surface; a file verification system can tell you if the file is riddled with hidden images, codes and more that you and your
Comodo Cloud Scanner helps locate malware, spyware and other threats to your PC. It utilizes the Comodo Internet security engine and helps locate live threats as well as those lying dormant waiting to strike. While other anti-malware programs may find threats, they may also fail to find ones hiding in plain sight. Comodo Cloud Scanner uses Comodo’s online database for up to the minute support and offers you the latest protection from threats you may not even know exist. Our guide will show you the ups and downs of using Comodo Cloud Scanner and you may just be surprised by