Comodo's Forum Members Exceed 23,000

Comodo announces that the Comodo Forum has become a new and popular destination for people interested in online security and staying safe online. Within its first 12 months, the Comodo Forum members have grown to more than 23,000, rivaling some of the largest and longest-established security forums in rate of growth. Furthermore, according to Alexa, a web information company which tracks Internet trends and data, Comodo has consistently outranked its closest competitors in reach, rank, and page views over the past 6 months.

The Comodo Forum comprises a community that shares information and advice and also provides a venue where members can help shape the development of Comodo solutions. Sections within the Comodo Forum are devoted to specific products and solutions. These sections elicit user ratings and feedback, answer questions, and generate dialogue. The Forum sees nearly 50 new registrations and more than 160 posts per day. As of July 30, the Comodo Forum contained 76,000 total posts spanning over 9,700 topics.

Comodo's CEO and Chief Security Architect, Melih Abdulhayoglu, is active in answering many member messages daily and has his own section, entitled "Melih's Corner", where he offers insight into the state and future of online security. "We created the Comodo Forum hoping that it would evolve into a strong-knit community that consisted of both our customers and others interested in online security", said Abdulhayoglu. "It is a diverse community, and our members appreciate being an integral part of Comodo and its future."

One of the keys to the Forum's success is the dedication of the Forum moderators, a diverse group that has gained the trust of Forum members by maintaining full transparency and objectivity. Relevant comments remain intact, even if they should express views unfavorable to Comodo. It is through this balanced and uncensored approach that the Comodo Forum has become a "destination of choice" for anyone interested in becoming informed about security and staying safe online.

You can experience Comodo's forumshere.

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