AnyDVD and virus/malware warning - READ before posting!

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (DVD issues)' started by marcus1971, Jun 22, 2017.

  1. marcus1971

    marcus1971 New Member

    Thank you for your clarfification. Just to be sure: the signature for my file is "Shenzhen RedFox Project Technology Co.,Ltd." Is that correct? I thought so far, Redfox is situated in South America?
  2. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL & Mod

    It is correct and no it's not. The DOMAIN name is registered in Belize. That's it, no more no less. RedFox isn't located anywhere, they have no central location. (Which is also part of the reason why it's hard to get a good PSP)

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  3. CKENN19

    CKENN19 Well-Known Member

    This is also happening with Happening to me right now.
  4. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL & Mod

    Then do what post tells you.

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  5. CKENN19

    CKENN19 Well-Known Member

    Telling people to disable AV to allow the program to download is not comforting.
  6. LeGen

    LeGen New Member

    More fun. works fine with no website blocked. I just downloaded with no download issue, but now AVG insists on identifying anydvdtray as a virus and deleting it. I have the AVG antivirus file updates from June 22, 2017. I rolled back to and it is working fine. I tried multiple relaxations on virus checking and blocked scanning of the anydvd folders. No luck. I'll give it a few days and then replace AVG with an antivirus that is not pissing me off. And just as a heads up. The first time AVG found the updated anydvdtray it went into an endless virus warning loop and I had to hit the reset button on my compputer to break out. Task manager could not shut down the processes. Good luck.
  7. lions123

    lions123 Well-Known Member

    I have ADVAST and it is blocking ANYDVD too. I did what you requested ( 1) If your AV program is giving the warning: Temporarily disable it and it should download and install just fine. Reactivate after installation) and yes it will install the program but as soon as you turn ADVAST back on and click on Anydvd icon to open it up ADVAST blocks the program from opening and puts it in the chest!
  8. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL & Mod

    Then I'd put a file exclusion on the entire AnyDVD installation folder. Should fix that

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  9. d00zah

    d00zah Well-Known Member

    AND report it to Avast (or any other vendor) as a 'False Positive'... please!.
  10. mmdavis

    mmdavis Well-Known Member

    After sending a couple of emails and screenshots, Eset Nod32 is no longer blocking the AnyDVD download. It was yesterday.
  11. RedFox 1

    RedFox 1 Super Moderator

    I know I send it the file to them, the day it came out, I use Eset Internet Security and they responded by testing the file and found it was not dangerous.
    NoName23 and autodidact like this.
  12. Calvin Wu

    Calvin Wu New Member

    I did what you told us to do about creating an Exclusion Folder on my Avast antiviral, and it seemed worked. But the following files are still bugging me : What is" C:\programfiles(x86)\Slysoft\AnyDVD\trzA531.tmp is infected by win32:xpajgen" means ?
    It appeared after I ran a thorough boot scan with Avast and of course it was put into the chest. It looks like a Trojan to me !!
  13. d00zah

    d00zah Well-Known Member

    You installed AnyDVD & it's not unusual for an installer to create .tmp files. ZIP it up along with the installer & a download link & submit it to Avast with an explanation of how you KNOW it got there. Force 'em to clean it up, or explain why they won't.

    This has been going on for > a month now & the target just moves around.
  14. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL & Mod

    Just delete it, AnyDVD does not use such a file. Probably a leftover from installation. You could try a clean install (remove the old installation, install fresh. That will also have it install in the RedFox folder and not the old slysoft one)
  15. Scott Adams

    Scott Adams Member

  16. calcu007

    calcu007 Well-Known Member

  17. Scott Adams

    Scott Adams Member

    Internet Explorer is also raising issues on the url ass follows:

    Your PC doesn’t trust this website’s security certificate.
    The hostname in the website’s security certificate differs from the website you are trying to visit.


    Any comments from Redfox on what is happening?
  18. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL & Mod

    That's an IE problem. The certificate is issued by the 'let's encrypt' authority. A valid authority, but due to IE's age, one that's unknown to it.

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  19. Tourist

    Tourist Well-Known Member

    Everything ok with your System date Settings ?

    And you are absolutely sure about that ?