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So, I click on Emby and get nothing. Start looking at the server logs and Bitdefender had this to say: "The process C:\Users\User\AppData\Local\Temp\emby-server-updater\Emby.Server.Updater.exe manifests ransomware behavior and was blocked. Your files have been protected from being altered." And it stopped Emby server. This just happened in the last few days. I'm on the beta path, so your code changed recently, or Bitdefender added a new code bit in its scanner. I set an exception and was able to reinstall Emby using admin rights. Odd. Very odd.
davezter posted a topic in Emby TheaterI have had Emby Theater on my main PC for several months and only use this client rarely since I generally use Roku/FireTV clients. However, it has never previously caused a problem with Bitdefender although I don't believe I've opened it in about a month. Today, I opened the Emby Theater for Windows x64 client app and initially I could watch a couple channels. But, while scrolling through the live program guide, all my fans started to roar on the computer, everything froze for about 20 seconds while the fans were all fully engaged, and then Bitdefender announced it had detected malware and suspicious activity and had taken action. I built this PC myself with all retail packaged brand new top-shelf components in January and have not had any kind of threats detected by Bitdefender before today. Here is what Bitdefender said happened: Threat name Atc Blocked app name C:\Users\Computer\AppData\Roaming\Emby-Theater\system\x64\mpv\RefreshRate.exe It then listed all the files it said had become infected by RefreshRate.exe and quarantined them. These are listed as: electron.exe mpv.com mpv.exe Emby.Theater.exe Mediabrowser.Updater.exe f71d6f4242de272ae733970412eaa2b0_fce8395c8fd8a999_5ae85d3cb828f8fb_0_0__1.bin f71d6f4242de272ae733970412eaa2b0_fce8395c8fd8a999_5ae85d3cb828f8fb_0_0__0.bin Since Bitdefender has not previously choked when I've opened Emby Theater, but I haven't opened it in at least a month, I'm not sure if Bitdefender has suddenly started throwing out false positives when it never previously did, or, has the refreshrate.exe program become dodgy?