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scottjbk
post Apr 12 2012, 09:38 PM
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We have a software development team that is having problems on machines that compile new code into formats such as .dll. We believe the culprit is the active virus protection. I'd like to keep the active protection on as many machines as possible, but making a 30 second compile operation take 19 minutes is unacceptable. What is your security solution doing that is making it take that long for us to compile the code? These machines are all fairly new and shouldn't be having this problem.
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Spaski
post Apr 13 2012, 10:47 AM
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Scott

This is weird, what language do they use, I use VB and VBA and it works fine.

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Andionescu
post May 21 2012, 06:42 AM
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Hi Scott,

BitDefender Active Virus Control is an innovative proactive detection technology
which uses advanced heuristic methods to detect new potential threats in real time.
Active Virus Control continuously monitors the applications running on the computer,
looking for malware-like actions. Each of these actions is scored and an overall
score is computed for each process.

Enabling this module you will receive some false-positive application as being infected or encounter slowdown because the security solution must analyze each process.
I recommend to disable AVC and stick only with Real Time Protection .

Regards,
Andi
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