Is there ever legit reason?

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After reinstalling a program paid for when went to update it to newest version EMSI notified that program wanted to access direct disk.

Is there ever any real reason a program when updating  needs to do this or is this sign of a potential untrustworthy product?

Under Behavior Blocker Log it says Behavior.DirectDiskAccess

and Behavior CodeInjector and Behavior Spyware


Is this an attempt to install a malicious file?

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Its impossible to say whether or not this is legitimate, but that is certainly possible. It would help if you could let me know what program this concerns.

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The site itself is clean

The installation is fine.

It was only when tried to update it to most recent version

Since started use EMSI its the only time Behavior Blocker came up

Before grant Allow fully for updates rather make sure since i have suspicion a free trial for another program gave me a ransomware

Good to know if I'm dealing with an unethical business or not.

Thanks to EMSI I have this info to be able to decide

Before reformat did do updates with this program in past with no real issues but that was pre EMSI days

And now suggests updates might be possible spyware so trying to find out if so

Or if just a false notification

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