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  • Please try the following: Reboot in Safe Mode and delete the file httproxy.dll from BitDefender's install folder (usually is c:\program files\bitdefender\bitdefender 2010). Then check if the issue still occurs.
  • Please try the following: Reboot in Safe Mode and rename the file httproxy.dll from BitDefender's install folder (usually is c:\program files\bitdefender\bitdefender 2010). Then check if the issue still occurs.
  • Hi there, this my first topic for me in this forum, My vista is asking me to add new hardware "bitdefender firewall ndis filter miniport" and as I don't have THE DRIVER it ends with usuall message " windows cannot install driver for this device: bitdefender firewall ndis filter miniport" and it is disabling many devices as…
  • BitDefender 2008 and 2009 are not compatible with Windows 7. You can upgrade for free to BitDefender 2010 which should work fine.
  • Hi, Please try the following and tell us if it makes a difference: Disable Automatic Updates, Reboot into safe mode, rename the file httproxy.dll from BitDefender's install folder (usually c:\program files\bitdefender\bitdefender 2009) and reboot again. If the problem still occurs, rename the file back.
  • Even if a fix is available, we would like to know more about why this happens. During installation, a Windows dialog may appear asking for permission to install the "BitDefender Firewall NDIS Driver". Did you select "Continue anyway" or "Stop installation"? Can you open a command prompt (in Start->Run, enter "cmd") and…
  • Please check this thread: http://forum.bitdefender.com/index.php?showtopic=15951
  • Hi, The problem happens because of BitDefender's http filter module. You have 2 options: either you disable RS Manager's upload limit or you exclude RS Manager from http filtering. For the second option: - open regedit and create a value in "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\BitDefender" named "HttpAppSkip" and with type…
  • Hi, Please put the UI in advanced mode and try to disable modules (like antivirus, firewall, etc.) until it starts working. Maybe you can isolate the problem this way.
  • Hello, Well, I'm glad it is working now, but it would be nice if you would remember how you managed to fixed it. Good luck!
  • Hi, What happens is that http traffic still reaches BitDefender even if it is not scanned. I'll report to the persons in charge that parts of the http scan module remained enable even if you disable the option. It is normal that BitDefender first tries to gather as much data as needed for identifying if the traffic is safe…
  • Hello, First, can you connect if you disable the firewall? In the firewall's traffic tab, can you see that svchost.exe is listening on port 3389? Please try to disable TCP Offloading options on your network adapter (go to network adapter's Properties->Configure->Advanced) and see if that has any effect.
  • Hello, It is possible that the problem is caused by the http filtering module. Please try the following: - open regedit and create a value in "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\BitDefender" named "HttpAppSkip" and with type "Multi-String Value" - edit the value and set it's data to the complete path of the program(s) you want to…
  • You don't need to add all programs, just add your download manager. Do you have problems with any other software?
  • Hello, You are right, http traffic goes through BitDefender before arriving to the client application. If you want to exclude a program from filtering you must do the following: - open regedit and create a value in "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\BitDefender" named "HttpAppSkip" and with type "Multi-String Value" - edit the…
  • That file is not a virus, it is tool which can be used by hackers, but by itself it is pretty harmless.
  • Here is a better workaround: - open regedit and create a value in "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\BitDefender" named "HttpAppSkip" and with type "Multi-String Value" - edit the value and set it's data to the complete path of the program(s) you want to exclude from http scanning completly (you can have multiple entries) -…
  • You don't have to disable signature updates, just program updates. But I agree with you, it is not a long term solution.
  • You must disable automatic update if you want to keep the changes you made to BitDefender files. Can you specify what svn client do you use and what is the version of your svn server? Can you set the server to use the https protocol?
  • You can delete the entire file. It is just a log.
  • Hi, What version of BitDefender do you have? Are you sure you disabled the BitDefender firewall and not Windows firewall? If yes, then probably is not a firewall problem. Try to also disable Active Virus Control and see if that works.
  • Did you restart after the update? If yes then it seems that there is a problem with the update and that file is not re-downloaded if it is missing. To fix this you have two options: 1. Give me a PM with your email address and I will send you the updated file. 2. Talk to support, they have a patch which should solve this.…
  • Hi, Go into safe mode, delete the file c:\windows\system32\drivers\bdfndisf6.sys, reboot, do an update, reboot again. Everything should work fine afterwards.
  • The file that is running is the one in c:\windows\system32\drivers\bdfndisf6.sys The one in c:\program files\common files\bitdefender\bitdefender firewall\bdfndisf6.sys is only used on install, it doesn't matter what version it has. Anyway, the problem with Windows Security Center is not caused by the driver. There is a…
  • It seems that the plugin which registers the BitDefender Firewall into the Windows Security Center wasn't installed properly (most likely due to the blue screen after restart). If that bothers you, a possible solution is to reinstall BitDefender, restart and go into Safe Mode right after, replace bdfndisf6.sys and restart…
  • I'm glad it worked! BitDefender only checks and disables the Windows Firewall on install, if you manually re-enabled Windows Firewall you should also manually disabled it. It is possible to use both firewalls simultaneously, but it is not recommended. I think that as long as the Windows Firewall is enabled, Security Center…
  • Ok, send me a private message with you email address and I will send you the file. I can't attach files in the forum.
  • I don't understand. After you renamed the file bdfndisf6.sys, do you still get blue screens?
  • Please try this: Go into safe mode Delete the files c:\windows\system32\drivers\bdfndisf6.sys and c:\program files\common files\bitdefender\bitdefender firewall\bdfndisf6.sys Restart BitDefender should start but the firewall will not work Do an update (the new bddndisf6.sys will be installed) Restart again
  • Please also try to disable stealth mode.
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