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  • Maintain an offline backup—keep a secondary offline backup copy. When ransomware strikes, the malware can attack anything that the infected system has access to. Your end-users are unlikely to be backup administrators, but there are indirect paths through which backups can become infected. If this happens, there is no way…
  • Click the Start menu Right-click on the Bitdefender app and select Uninstall or click the Uninstall button up at the top. If the User Account Control shows up, confirm the uninstallation by choosing Yes.
  • 1. Open Internet Explorer (yes, Internet Explorer - Windows Explorer uses those settings under the hood) 2. Go to Tools - Internet Settings - Advanced 3. Locate the setting called "Use passive FTP" and uncheck it 4. Click OK and close IE After I did this, FTP access from Windows Explorer worked perfectly (provided that the…
  • Try to install a work profile Bitdefender main window -> tool -> profiles -> settings -> automatically activate profiles -> off activate profiles manually -> work profile -> enabled in the same place click "settings" -> the pop-up window setting the profile "work" check the box - "optimize product settings for a work…
  • Bitdefender should be updated offline when the Internet connection is too slow or when you don't have Internet access. You can download the updates manually to a computer with Internet access and then transfer them to your offline computer using a removable device, such as a flash drive. This may help, J Wick
  • Open the Bitdefender window. Click Protection on the left-hand side. In the Firewall panel, click the switch to turn off Firewall. Check if your Internet connection improves with the Bitdefender firewall disabled. Regards, J Wick
  • Restart the router, then reboot your computer and check if Bitdefender can perform successful updates. If the errors persist, try changing the DNS settings.
  • 1. You need to login to the user which has explorer.exe crashing. 2. Ctrl-alt-del -> Task Manager -> Run new task 3. Type: regedit 4. Browse to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\ 5. Rename BannerStore key to BannerStore_bak Regards, J Wick
  • 1) Uninstall the bitdefender product with add/ remove programs option in windows 2) To remove the remaining files download and run Bitdefender product uninstaller. 3) Restart PC in safe mode. 4) As soon as desktop opens, assuming your windows drive is C, open below things in run (windows icon + R) command one by one :…
  • If you are currently using the default DNS (Domain Name System) from your Internet provider, switch to a third-party DNS server that might be faster and reliable. Change the DNS server settings by following these steps. The instructions apply to all Windows versions. Aggressive firewall settings (e.g. Windows firewall, 3rd…
  • I believe that the underlying issue has something to do with a recent Windows Update and the Chromium Embedded Framework (CEF) that we use to render the Sign-in Window and other web-based components.
  • As Gjoski said: Open your Bitdefender program, go to Utilities -> Profiles -> Settings and enable/activate "Work Profile" or "Game Profile". This will help, J Wick
  • It occurs when a program or webpage performs an action that appears to the antivirus program to be a virus-like activity. We strive to reduce false-positive reports to a minimum. However, Bitdefender may on occasion mistakenly flag a safe website or a legitimate file as a false positive threat.
  • Click on Settings on the left-hand side of the Bitdefender interface. 2. In the General tab, toggle to the off position: Special offers. Regards, Jimmy
  • Launch Opera Browser on the computer. Click on the Opera opera logo menu. Choose the Settings option from the menu list. Scroll down to the Advanced Settings to access more options. Look for the Autofill section, and click on the Passwords tab. It will open the Passwords tab. Enable the toggle for Offer to save passwords.…
  • Switch to the Protection tab (click on the shield icon). Next, click on the View Modules link. From the upper-right corner of the main window, click on the Settings icon. Now, switch to the Exclusions tab. Regards, Jimmy
  • So, what can you do to restore a website affected by the “Access Denied” error? Let’s review our options, and then jump right into troubleshooting. You can try: Clearing your browser cookies and history Turning off VPN and VPN extensions Disabling your proxy Switching to a premium VPN service Resetting your browser data
  • Restore From Time Machine Backup: if you have backed up your Mac computer using Time Machine to an external hard drive, you can use this option to restore your Mac from the backup. You need to connect the backup drive to your Mac in advance. Reinstall macOS: this feature allows you to reinstall your macOS when the system…
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