Netgear Armor by Bitdefender Doesn't know why the URL is being blocked. Where do I go from here?
I started getting notifications on my phone for a malicious URL being blocked by Netgear Armor. I logged into my Armor account on my PC and it is showing a few times this URL was trying to be accessed from my cellphone. I did not browse to this URL. It seems to happen when my phone is just sitting idly.…
How do I upgrade Bitdefender versions for Netgear Armor?
So I'm asking here because Netgear support is useless which is why I moved over to paying you guys directly for the subscription. Problem is, Netgear is running one version behind and I don't know how to upgrade to version 9.x for Mac. I have Monterey and I'm running in the bug referenced here:…
Netgear Armor and other Bitdefender services
I asked this same question in VPN's, but I think it might apply her as well. If you have already seen it, sorry and go ahead to the next topic, Thanks! I have a Netgear Mesh router and I got Armor from Bitdefender activated with it. So that it supposed to help take care of any threats that come to the WIFI. Then, Armor…
Which Bitdefender product do I use?
I have had Bitdefender Internet Security installed on my laptop for a couple of years. I recently upgraded to a Netgear Nighthawk (RAX50) router and I am using the included Armour free trial app on my Apple iphone. Do both of these products provide the same protection or would I have to subscribe to both. This is a little…
Vulnerability scan claims no password
When I run the vulnerability scan it says that my Netgear r7000 router has no password. I have a good password set so this concerns me. I'm assuming it means the www.routerlogin.net page which opens the Netgear Genie. thanks Ken
Netgear Armor vs Total Security 2020
As a loyal BD user, I am very disappointed with the way BD has rebranded --and nearly duplicated-- its Total Security solution as Netgear Armor on my new router. In order to get complete protection on my network, I must purchase a Netgear Armor subscription which *pretty much* negates the need for total Security 2020 which…