I'm getting real tired of going in circles with you. So what? You run a file through a crypter and COMODO's AV can no longer detect it until it adds that signature into its database. We've already established that that is what crypters do and that I am not talking about AV's. COMODO's HIPS will still detect it when it executes...HIPS is not an AV.
HIPS is part of the firewall not the antivirus. Their av never got out of the beta stage. Just look at STUXNET? Its driver certificates were signed with JMicron Technology and Realtek digital certificates, which lets it bypass HIPS security measures, so if the malware is executed it will not be prevented by HIPS as the signature of the driver is from authorized firms. Your relying on a firewall to keep your pc safe