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Comodo SecureEmail

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1 stars

"Comodo dumped this (and other) experimental products"

March 06, 2016  |  By Product-is-DEAD

2016-03-06 22:13:06  |  By Product-is-DEAD

 |  Version: Comodo SecureEmail


None - it's dead.


Lots - it's dead


Go read Comodo's own statement in their archive forum for Discontinued Products at (short URL: https://*******.com/zacty8v). Too bad. Installing their free e-mail cert requires you to use Internet Explorer to install their cert because that puts the cert into the Windows certificate store where e-mail clients get it. If you use Firefox to signup for a cert, the cert goes into Firefox's private cert store where it is useless to local e-mail clients looking into the Windows cert store. If you revisit their site with IE, they complain that you are not using the same web browser as before when you retrieved their cert. Yeah, like no user has more than one web browser installed (and it is always IE).

Comodo doesn't tell you if a product they distribute is experimental. They just decide to dump it in a couple years. There are only 2 products that Comodo will continue supporting: their certs (because that makes them money) and their firewall (either alone or rolled into their suite). Those are their only 2 products that you can expect to survive past their 2-year incubation and abortion cycle.

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5 stars

"Jesus Christ! It is always running in the background."

January 20, 2013  |  By fujitsulover

2013-01-20 12:46:12  |  By fujitsulover

 |  Version: Comodo SecureEmail


Always working.


My system gets warm.


It took a little while to figure out how to use it properly, and it is worth it. I got COMODO Digital ID to work with Microsoft Windows Live Mail 2011. The only thing that is different is that my system is always running now so the program keeps the machine warm. Instead of running at idle for the most part, it is always around 25% usage. I guess that is a good thing because it is working. I better say something good because the last time I complained it turned out that I ended up liking the product more than what I wrote about. hehe Well, if you do not like the fan being on all the time, just uninstall the COMODO email client from your programs list and it no longer is on.

Updated on Jan 21, 2013

Jesus Christ! Well, so much for security. It is not necessary. If I had something to hide it would be that I love my family and I am scared of the strangers hurting them. I have no secrets to hide. I have broken the laws and paid my dues. I have learned a lot from my life. Anyways, another thing I learn is that nothing is secure. I was reviewing the certificate and found that it could be intercepted and it is a common encryption method. So might as well be opened. The whole world knows anyways.

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1 stars

"The above reviews are OUTDATED!"

June 26, 2011  |  By bondct

2011-06-26 07:32:28  |  By bondct

 |  Version: Comodo SecureEmail


IF IT WORKED!!!! the pros are
its free and anyone could send encrypted email to anyone without the hassel of exchanging cerfiticates... which is amazing


IT 100% DOES NOT WORK!. You can send a single use certificate out, but the recipeient has NO WAY to decrypt your email. The links they are given to decrypt are DEAD.


This is a great idea. I would gladly pay for this product. but at the moment IT DOES NOT WORK! There forum and support for this application are non-exsistent. The above problem and more are posted on there forum. They have not made an official response in a long long time.
Prove to me that this works and you care and I will gladly get me and every last person I meet to use this and give it 5 Stars. In todays paperless world we need email encryption. If its broke and you are working on it, then say that and dont keep us in the dark.
Note the above reviews are from 2008 and 2009 when this actually worked. Please make it work again :)

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Full Specifications

What's new in version
Added Outlook plug-in Mode
Publisher Comodo
Publisher web site
Release Date January 12, 0010
Date Added April 19, 2011
Category Security Software
Subcategory Parental Control
Operating Systems
Operating Systems Windows 2000/XP/Vista
Additional Requirements None
Download Information
File Size 6.57MB
File Name comodose.exe
Total Downloads 3,650
Downloads Last Week 1
License Model Free
Limitations Not available
Price Free

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