Hi @melih ,
Thanks for responding.
I understand and respect your point.
And your question is the reason I want my clients to be well protected: “Why in Cybersecurity industry enterprises spend more money every year, but the problem gets bigger every year?”
That’s why I convinced them all to use this platform.
But then, for my own credibility, I (-and I think, every MSP-) have to make sure I have configured the endpoint to my best ability.
Please note that nearly 4 years ago, I also had a client with CCS who was caught with Ransomware (email@example.com). Despite using the default profiles.
So I just opened some test malware scripts and was surprised that nearly nothing was detected or blocked!
Comodo AEP is now promoting it’s AEP as very effective against Cybersecurity and I want to make sure it’s configured OK:
Ransomware problem is growing every day.
So a security policy (read CCS profile) has to be re-evaluated once in a while.
So my question stands: How can I make test or make sure that an endpoint is well protected?
The ‘test’ I did proved otherwise and allowed the ‘malware’ software.
It would be nice to have a subforum regarding profile-settings and optimum settings.