I'd say that using VoodooShield together with Bitdefender is a slight overkill (depending on the Bitdefender version you are using)
You could consider using Bitdefender + Simple Windows Hardening + AdGuard Windows.
Hi @pablozi, I will not let go of BTS, I think it is one of the best, if not the best AV-Suite out there.
But I have deleted Voodoo-Shield & installed SWH, how does that sound, is that OK?
I wish to obtain the best security solution possible, & BTS is good regarding Ransomeware.
Kind Regards simbatippe1234.
Bitdefender Total Security is their most advanced product. So yeah, I personally think that VoodooShield would be overkill in this setup.
I always had good experiences with Simple Windows Hardening as it doesn't have any background processess or services that could conflict with your antivirus. It simply works as a tool for reducing the attack surface for malware on your system, by restricting some often abused file types and doesn't even require an installtion. If you have questions about it you can always ask @Andy Ful the developer who does a great job at assisting people with questions about his tools in my opinion.