Come say hello and tell us about yourself!
Hi @Guilhermesene , and welcome. We defiantly would appreciate any help and insights you could offer here on this community 😊
Antivirus Plus & Total Security: Current Build 18.104.22.168 / Mobile Security Android: Current Version 22.214.171.12443
Thank you @Scott 🙂
Total Security: Current Build 126.96.36.199 / Mobile Security Android: Current Version 188.8.131.5202
Hello @Guilhermesene and a warm welcome to the Bitdefender Community!
We are happy to have you onboard and I hope you will enjoy our forum. Here's something to get you started:
I'm at your disposal for any questions you may have.
See you on the threads 😉
My name is Dimitris, I am from Greece, I have been using Bitdefender Total Security since 2017.4
Hi @DimitrisG and welcome to the Community!
Thank you for being with us for so long, your loyalty is highly appreciated!
How's the weather in Greece now? 😊 What a beautiful country you have there..
Enjoy our forum and let us know if you need anything.
Hello Everyone. A quick introduction about me.
My name is Alfredo; I live in Mexico City. This is my first time using Bitdefender (coming off ESET). I trust I will find suitable protection here as I faced some very negative issues with my former provider. I am a retired engineer and I still work as an independent consultant. I like sports in general and a lot of reading. Thanks for the opportunity to learn from you.4
Welcome! Also, in this transition, we would very much encourage you to provide honest feedback (good or bad) upon using our products.
Q6600 power in a non-conspicuous Antec Fusion Remote Max, silently cooled by Scythe Ninja 2 and a whispering Enermax Modu82+.2
I’m Sanjay Pasari from Delhi India, the User Community Manager here at Bitdefender. Before this I used to work at a video games studio, doing community work there. I met a lot of interesting people and got me to understand more about what it's like to be on the other side of the fence. It was a very interesting insight especially since I've been a gamer for more than 5 years now.1
Hello @sanjaypasari and welcome to the Bitdefender Community! We're happy to have you here.
Since you recently joined us, here's something to get you started:
Are you also a Community Manager?
What are your favourite games and do you play on console or PC?
Greetings from Romania!0
Hello everyone! Myself Jozef Clifford Behr from London. I Recently join this community. Hope U All Guys Support Me And Provide Some New Knoledge.
Bitdefender Plus, Windows 10 Pro-32 Bit, CPU Intel Core2 Duo T7500, RAM 4 Gb, ATI Mobile Radeon HD 24001
Hello @Jozefbehr and welcome to the Community!
We'll do our best to answer your questions and help you out. Here's something to get you started on the forum:
Make yourself at home and have a good time! 😉
Edward here; User for years, glad to see BitDefender prospering.
Joined here/now during extended troubleshooting/updating of my collection of computers and Phones.
It is good to see solutions to known problems documented; Saved me considerable time.
My Bit Central interface is almost done; Configuring it may have given me hints about my other problems,
specifically setting up port forwarding and IP address to satisfy Warframe MMORPG requirements.
Thank you, Scott.
My Bit central view of my Bitdefender Box is now current and corrected;
changed the names of the two conflicting computers, now see both, and
may have helped by removing some old ipconfig data from one PC using
DeviceCleanup. V1.2.1 - Removes non-present devices from the Windows
Hello @honey2 and welcome to the Community!
Are you using a VPN connection when navigating on those sites, or do you receive any pop up message from Bitdefender whenever access is blocked? This would help us understand what exactly is blocking the connection and why.
This is a post/comment by @Encrypted_God, that was posted in a wrong section:
"I've been a K user for many years. Due to the crap that's going on, I need to change my AV software. I have more time on that sub but I just can't continue. Anyways....hello to all😊"
Let's give a warm welcome then to @Encrypted_God, we're happy to have you around and thank you for joining our community! Here's a thread to get you started and if you need anything, don't hesitate to write us.
Enjoy your stay! 😉1
Hello Bitdefender staff and community.
I am Boris and I am an IT Admin. Apart from that I participate in various malware hunting and analysis activities.
My relationship with Bitdefender started when I was 13 (2008) when I somehow fall on to the Bitdefender website, looking for a way to clean an extremely infected PC (on which Kaspersky IS 6 with annoying HIPS was installed and I was always terminating it from the tray). I’ve always liked the Bitdefender way of doing things and BD’s threat research.
In my spare time I like travelling, socialising, staying fit and sending emails to BD (as well as to various other vendors) persuading them to block shopify-based scam websites and other threats.4
Hi @BradD and thank you for joining us here!1
Ditto! Those damn VPN pop-ups are almost enough to make me want to drop Bitdefender. I can't go 30 minutes without a pop-up trying to sell me a VPN. There should be a way to silence these pop-ups.0
Open your Bitdefender program and go to:
1. Settings -> General and disable "Special offers" and "Recommendation notifications" (for the "Password Manager" notification)
2. Protection -> Antivirus -> Settings -> Scan flash drives and select "Autoscan" or "Disabled", do not select "Ask every time" (for the "USB Immunizer Recommendation" notification)
3. Protection -> Antivirus -> Settings -> Scan CD & DVD and select "Autoscan" or "Disabled", do not select "Ask every time" (for the "CD/DVD Recommendation" notification)
4. Privacy -> Safepay -> Settings and disable "Safepay notifications"
5. Privacy -> Video & Audio Protection -> Settings and disable "Notify when allowed applications connect to the webcam", "Notify when an application tries to access the microphone" and "Notify when browsers access the microphone"
6. Utilities -> Profiles -> Settings and disable "Activate profiles automatically" (for the Profile notification)
After doing that, in the future no pop-up notifications will be displayed in the lower right corner of your screen.
REMEMBER: When a threat is detected, a pop-up notification will be displayed in the lower right corner of your screen and you can't disable those pop-up notifications.
Next, as an option to fully disable the Bitdefender alerts and pop-ups, open your Bitdefender program, go to Utilities -> Profiles -> Settings and enable/activate "Work Profile" or "Game Profile".
When "Work Profile" or "Game Profile" is enabled/activated, all Bitdefender alerts and pop-ups are disabled.
Finally, as for the Bitdefender VPN pop-ups, you can simply uninstall Bitdefender VPN from your device by following the steps provided here (just select "Bitdefender VPN"):
open the Bitdefender VPN program, go to Settings -> Notifications and disable "Allow notifications".
It is recommended that you also review the privacy preferences set in your Bitdefender Central account:
1. On any internet-connected device launch a web browser, visit https://central.bitdefender.com and sign in to your Bitdefender Central account.
2. Click on your username in the top right corner and select "Bitdefender Account" in the menu. This option will launch in a new browser tab.
3. Access the "Data & Privacy" tab, then click on the "Privacy preferences" section.
4. Uncheck both boxes to stop promotional messages:
- Receive in product insights regarding threats, news, and offers.
- Receive insights regarding threats, news, and offers via email.