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Comodo's "default deny" approach keeps known and unknown malware from endpoints

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    Anyone who has ever had to deal with a malware infection knows the trouble it can cause. Preventing malware from getting on your systems in the first place is critical. Comodo has a new approach to endpoint protection that's designed to deny malware the ability to take root and run.

    First, a bit of background on the company, as this is important in how they approach the malware problem. Comodo says it is the largest certificate authority in the world. This gives it a very large whitelist of legitimate applications. Comodo also has had an anti-virus program on the market for years, and with 85 million users, this gives it a large blacklist of malicious programs and code.

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