Application Quarantined everytime


I have been working with an addition to Blender called Armory3D. This makes use of Kha and Haxe and KodeStudio. I tried this application in the last couple of days and BitDefender 2018 Total Security quarantines all related files and the Blender.exe itself.


I cannot find any suggestion that there is a problem with Armory3D. I would appreciate it if it could be confirmed that BitDefender is justified in it's action - Thanks

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  • Hello,


     


    Can you please tell me what is the detection name ? You should have a event notification with that information.


    Have you tried adding the application and the folder to the exclusion list ?


    https://www.bitdefender.com/consumer/support/answer/2121/


  • Hi


    The detection is Gen.Atc4.Detection.


    Blender 2.79, 2.79.1 and 2.80 all work without a problem. Armory3D can be run as an integrated Blender 2.79 build or as an addin for a standard Blender 2.79 build. In both cases Blender starts up ok. It is when a script is edited with Kode Studio. This in turn I believe calls Haxe and then Blender crashes and the quarantining begins. Many of the files quarantined are Python 3.5 runtimes and the Blender.exe is also quarantined.


    I have tried it on a PC which has newly added Avast Free AntiVirus and it runs ok.


    I hope the above is helpful ...


    Regards


    Clive


  • avast is a bad example to work with as most options are now paid rather than free. it allows malware to hound your pc.


  • Hi Lev


    Better than nothing  - it's a backup PC off the network - I hope I can get the application back on a mainstream PC soon ...


  • Hello,


     


    If you added exclusions as per my previous advice and the issue persist please contact our support team via [email protected]


    Please also provide them with step by step reproduction steps and a sample of the detected files. Please ensure the samples are under an archive with a password.


    https://www.bitdefender.com/consumer/support/answer/1939/


  • Hi


    After excluding the application from Antivirus and Advanced Threat Defense it won't run.


    I am getting the same Gen.Atc4.Detection on other applications I use.


    For the time being I will abandon BitDefender - maybe I'll try it again in the future ...



  • On 12/4/2017 at 6:08 PM, tech-22 said:



    I have been working with an addition to Blender called Armory3D. This makes use of Kha and Haxe and KodeStudio. I tried this application in the last couple of days and BitDefender 2018 Audacity Find My iPhone Origin         Total Security quarantines all related files and the Blender.exe itself.


    I cannot find any suggestion that there is a problem with Armory3D. I would appreciate it if it could be confirmed that BitDefender is justified in it's action - Thanks



    have tried it on a PC which has newly added Avast Free AntiVirus and it runs ok.


    I hope the above is helpful