Question about BitDefender's file Quarantine/Deletion Processes
From posts that have been posted in this community, it seems that during antivirus scanning, files identified as potential/actual malicious files can be automatically deleted by BitDefender's antivirus software, without being moved to the quarantine folder - depriving the user of a chance to restore files that aren't malicious or to even know that a file they own has been removed. Please see links to related threads below. I'm considering BifDefender's anti-virus application but can't have a 3rd party delete company files automatically or via some background process that bypasses a) notification of the user b) quarantine c) restoration of files that we know (because we created them) are not malicious.
1) What, if anything) is BitDefender doing to ensure that all files identified as potentially malicious are ALWAYS quarantined, with functionality that allows users to restore files?
2) What types of files (please indicate file extensions) are at higher risk of being flagged as potentially malicious, when in fact they are not? If we subscribe to BitDefender antivirus, I want to gauge whether we have any files that are at risk for this issue. Thank you!
Links to threads RE: files not being quarantined