Jersey City, NJ, November 18, 2009 - Buying or borrowing software on the
Internet carries risks, both for the developer and for the person who plans
to use it. End users who install malicious software in their computers may
lose their purchase price. Worse, they may risk damaging their computers.
Developers risk that someone may intercept their software file and alter it,
adding deleterious code. Such alterations could damage their professional
Developers who sell or exchange software can protect their code and their
reputations by using code-signing certificates. Code-signing certificates
create X.509 data files called “signatures” that developers can attach to
their software files. The signature disappears from the software if anyone
(including the developer) alters the code.
The digital signature functions as tamper-proof packaging for intangible
Comodo will demonstrate its Protection Landscape for enterprises at the RSA
Conference 2009. Comodo is distributing free conference expo passes. This $75
value is a full-access pass good for the length of the conference.
Comodo’s Protection Landscape is an enterprise-grade suite of effective IT
security solutions that encompasses endpoint security, digital certificate
management, content & identify authentication, and compliance.
Comodo chose the RSA Conference to display its Protection Landscape because
it’s the industry’s premier IT security event. Computer experts
interested i... (more)
Jersey City, NJ, September 29, 2009 - Comodo Group will exhibit its landscape
of products at the SC World Congress, a trade show for information technology
professionals in New York City, October 13 and 14, 2009.
Comodo products being demonstrated include Comodo Endpoint Security Manager,
which now includes Disk Encryption at no extra charge. Comodo Endpoint
Security Manager offers centralized administration of the award-winning
Comodo antivirus, firewall and disk encryption software. Endpoint Security
Manager also offers a new Offline Updater, permitting administrators to
Comodo's free pc security software, Comodo Internet Security, has earned five
stars, the maximum number possible, at CNET/Download.com.
Download.com, owned by CNET, a division of CBS Interactive, Inc., offers over
100,000 freeware, shareware and try-first download software packages, all of
them tested to be spyware free. At Download.com visitors can read both the
editor's review and user comments about free software products. Visitors may
also download a copy of Comodo Internet Security for their own computers.
One user commented
I have been using this great security suite for 6 m... (more)
Jersey City, NJ, July 30, 2009 - Enhancing Your Business with Social Media
and PCI Compliance: Demystified are two of the webinars available on demand
Thanks to enthusiastic response and requests from previous webinar attendees,
Comodo has launched a website to host webinars on demand. Now businesses can
get up-to-the-minute content with the flexibility to view it on their
Comodo offers a range of products and services for merchants, including SSL
certificates and social authentication services for online businesses, and
Payment Card Industry (PCI) comp... (more)