AnyDVD (HD) beta marked as Malware by Bitdefender 2018

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (Blu-ray issues)' started by radh77, Jul 19, 2018.

  1. radh77

    radh77 New Member

    FYI just wanted to let you know that the
    AnyDVD (HD) beta
    was marked as malware by the Advanced threat Defense portion of Bitdefender 2018 and was pretty much killed by it. Had to reinstall Anydvd and CloneBD and whitelist it in Bitdefender in order to get it working.
    not sure if any other antivirus software out there does this too with the recent changes.
  2. RedFox 1

    RedFox 1 Super Moderator

    Eset worked just fine. If it does you would see it here.
    DrinkLyeAndDie likes this.
  3. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL & Mod

  4. radh77

    radh77 New Member

    Thanks for the response guys.

    I was just responding to the original post about the beta by James that's pinned on top of the AnyDVD forum where he's talking about "less intrusive hooking of other apps" and if "Cinavia removal is triggering any warnings by antivirus/antimalware program" to report it.

    Personally I've never had an issue with any AV marking the AnyDVD as malware until yesterday when I've installed the and tried to convert a Bluray to MKV using CloneBD and AnyDVDHD. That's when Bitdefender started freaking out - only when I actually tried to RIP the disc. I do not believe that it's an actual malware causing this (I downloaded the AnyDVD from the link posted in the forum) but that Bitdefender does not like the way AnyDVD hooks into something or the way it removes Cinavia.
  5. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    This is indeed interesting. You did tell AnyDVD to remove Cinavia from CloneBD? Does BitDefender trigger an alert, if you disable this option?