Today I had a problem with avira Antivirus, when vorpx asked me if it should update a game profile database:
“vorpControl64.dat containing the pattern of PUA/BitCoinMiner.Gen7 (Cloud)”- the file was blocked – and gone. So I had to reinstall vorpX (but first I had to reboot)
At the moment I am trying to find out how to stop avira to remove this file.
Either report the issue as false positive to your AV vendor so they can fix their problem, exclude the vorpX program folder or get rid of that AV program. Windows 10 comes with its own AV solution Windows Defender, invasive third party AV isn’t really required with Windows 10.
Windows Defender kicks in when you remove third party AV. In most recent tests Defender is on par with the major third party AV programs while usually causing less hassle. As a bonus unlike others Microsoft always reacted super-fast in the past when there was a false positive detection.