Discussion Thread for AnyDVD HD 6.4.6.2

vbimport

#1

6.4.6.2 2008 08 22

  • New: Added ISO/UDF image file creation to AnyDVD ripper
  • New (Blu-ray & HD DVD): ISO/UDF images can be created with or without
    copy protection. Images can be mounted with Virtual CloneDrive™,
    available at http://www.slysoft.com
    WARNING: AnyDVD can remove the protection from protected images.
    Protected images are useless, if AnyDVD is not installed and running!
  • New (Blu-ray & HD DVD): Improved speed of AnyDVD ripper
  • Fix (Blu-ray): Bug in BD+ removal, if more than one title on a disc
    is protected, e.g. “Prison Break Season 3”, US
  • Fix (Blu-ray): Bug in “Remove UOPs” with some titles, e.g. “AVP2”
    Region B, (UK, Germany)
  • Fix (DVD): AI scanner made a mistake with “The Eye”, Region 2, DK
  • Some minor fixes and improvements
  • Updated languages

http://static.slysoft.com/SetupAnyDVD.exe


#2

Thank you Dr. Who


#3

New version works great as always. I love the new faster ripper.:clap:


#4

My antivirus (Kaspersky) says that the AnyDVDtray application is a Trojan!
Never had this problem with previous versions.

Anyone else had similar issues?


#5

I have this with PC Cillin.
Just go in setup of your anti virus software and let the app to be accepted.


#6

[QUOTE=JGDC74;2116150]My antivirus (Kaspersky) says that the AnyDVDtray application is a Trojan!
Never had this problem with previous versions.

Anyone else had similar issues?[/QUOTE]

[QUOTE=CDuncle;2116167]I have this with PC Cillin.
Just go in setup of your anti virus software and let the app to be accepted.[/QUOTE]

The [U]Kaspersky[/U] detection was a [I]false-positive[/I] and [U]Kaspersky[/U] has admitted it. Update to the latest definitions and the problem should vanish. I’d also advise anyone using [U]Kaspersky[/U] to update to the latest version of the software. This is just a common sense thing. Always use the latest version of your AV software with the latest definitions.

For more information go to the Slysoft Forums and check out the thread discussing the issue. Quoted in there is a direct response from [U]Kaspersky[/U] saying it’s a [I]false-positive[/I]. Since I don’t wish to piss off the powers that be I won’t provide a link. People should be able to figure out where to go.

As for [U]PC-cillin[/U] also saying there’s a problem, I advise you to contact [U]Trend-Micro[/U], [I]CDuncle[/I]. Send them the file and let them analyze it and they will tweak their definitions to not flag this file since it is definitely a [I]false-positive[/I].