Dear user, Due to an issue that happened multiple weeks ago where a hacker compromised a DNS caching server (with a DNS poisoning attack) a portion of the AnyDVD users were redirected to a fake website on a hacker THIRD PARTY server. The AnyDVD website itself was NOT compromised in any way. This fake website served a modified AnyDVD 8140 version where neither the setup file icon looked right or had an intact digital signature. This was after a while picked up by your AV software and/or browser and triggered a virus/malware warning. This currently can still produce a FALSE POSITIVE with the latest releases. Due to how DNS records work and the time they're saved in such a DNS caching server this can take multiple weeks to fully resolve. RedFox has taken every possible measure they could to resolve this from their end (in fact the issue was found & fixed from the redfox side, mere hours after it first happened). It is now up to your Antivirus software and your browser developer (whichever program you use) to fix this warning. Nothing more can be done from the RedFox side. YOU, the user however can do something. Report the false positive to you browser / AV developer and it will hopefully resolve itself soon. In the mean time there's 2 options 1) If your AV program is giving the warning: Temporarily disable it and it should download and install just fine. Reactivate after installation 2) If your browser is throwing the warning: disable your browser's "malicious website" setting and it should let you connect and download just fine. Then simply install. 3) Some AV products are claiming AnyDVDTray.exe (or sometime another anydvd exe) is malicious. This is NOT the case if the install file has the proper digital signature. In that case, before you reactivate your virus, i recommend creating a AV file scanner FOLDER exclusion for the entire AnyDVD install directory! That way no files in the AV directory will be scanned and classed as malware. Afterwards reactivate your AV. Note: before you run the actual install you can rightclick the file > properties > digital signature to see if the digital signature is intact. No signature or signature invalid > do not install This post servers as a clarification for the currently ongoing issues. Please do NOT create any further topics. The RedFox staff nor forum staff can continue to repeat this. New topics if found will be moved and/or locked and linked to this message.