BitDefender Firewall blocks whole traffic including DNS
On my 4 pcs (everywhere bitdefender fully up to date) firewall is blocking whole trafic including bitdefender itself auto update, google chrome - gets dns probe error, other apps cant connect.
I have to turn it off to work smooth.
Heres similar topic:
My pcs got:
BitDefender Total Security 220.127.116.11
On three of them Win 10 x 64, one Win 11 x64 everywhere same.
Can someone help me with that?
I have to turn of totaly firewall module to get rid of this error
-- STEP 1 --
Repair Bitdefender, by following these steps:
-- STEP 2 --
If the instructions from Step 1 didn't help, uninstall the Bitdefender program using the Uninstall Tool:
It will completely remove the program.
Next, reinstall Bitdefender from your Bitdefender Central account and see if the issue has been solved, as reinstalling the program usually solves the issues.
-- STEP 3 --
If the instructions from Step 2 didn't help, follow the instructions in this step.
First, take screenshot(s) of the issue,
create a log file on your Windows device using Bitdefender Support Tool, by following these steps:
create a connectivity log file, by following these steps:
Next, contact Bitdefender Consumer Support by e-mail:
with short description of the issue.
After that, you will get an automated reply by the Bitdefender Customer Care Team, with your ticket number.
Now, in reply to that automated reply, you can send the screenshot(s) you already took and the log files you already created.
Since you are all done, just wait for the support engineers to investigate your issue and find a solution to fix the issue.
Remember that the screenshot(s) and the log files will help a lot to the support engineers for better and faster investigation on your issue and finding a solution.
Let's try something and see if it makes a difference:
1. Go to Network Adapters tab and set the network type to Home/Office using the drop-down menu near its name
2. Then, from the same Firewall Tab, click on Settings from the top-right , then, for the network you're currently connected to, uncheck the stealth mode button to disable it.
If the issue persists, go to Firewall and choose the Rules tab. Reset Rules. Restart Windows and check if the issue is resolved. In the event the traffic is still being blocked, check for other security solutions and firewall programs and uninstall them, if any. Restart Windows and check again.
If the above steps don't work, then I would also advise to get in touch with one of our engineers for a remote session, if necessary.
Let us know how it goes.