Problem with CEF browser widget

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mkellermann
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Problem with CEF browser widget

Post by mkellermann » Tue Sep 19, 2017 11:11 am

We would like to implement a customer-project using the CEF browser widget. Unfortunately, both the generated application and the process "libbrowser-cefprocess.exe" are blocked and deleted by various antivirus programs (Avast, Bitdefender, ...). Is there any solution for this?

Currently we use the commumnity-version for developing and testing (version 8.1.6). What LiveCode-license is required to build and deploy a commercial product?

Thanks Manfred

LiveCode_Panos
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Re: Problem with CEF browser widget

Post by LiveCode_Panos » Tue Sep 19, 2017 1:18 pm

Hi Manfred,

Welcome to the Forum.
both the generated application and the process "libbrowser-cefprocess.exe" are blocked and deleted by various antivirus programs (Avast, Bitdefender, ...). Is there any solution for this?
I think you should submit a false-positive report to Avast and Bitdefender, as this sounds like a bug in their scanners. A couple of other LC users had similar problems with other antivirus software, and followed this approach.

Regarding your question about licensing, please see this page:

https://livecode.com/products/livecode- ... m/pricing/

Best regards,
Panos
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gagsoft
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Re: Problem with CEF browser widget

Post by gagsoft » Thu Nov 02, 2017 7:58 pm

Got axactly the same issue.
Spoke the support guys at BitDefender and was told I must submit ticket and a sample of the files that are being blocked and removed by BitDefender.
The files that are blocked and removed is the compiled exe and Libbrowser-cefprocesess.exe.
There is a Browser widget on the main stack and two buttons.
That's it.

Any pointers would be appreciated.
Thanks
Peter G,

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