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I need to download Google Widevine Media Optimizer in order to watch movies using Firefox. When I go to any of the download links, I get a message that it cannot be opened because it is not an Apple authorized application. I am concerned that I will be opening a malicious file. What is the correct link to use? Do you know what settings I need to adjust to allow my computer to open the file? Thank you!




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If that doesn't help, reinstalling Widevine might, but I'm not sure how to do that. Since Widevine is installed per profile, you might check whether creating a new profile works around it. In that case, perhaps we could transplant the Widevine folder (gmp-widevinecdm) from new to old.


On Windows the required binaries are widevinecdm.dll andwidevinecdmadapter.dll, on OS X they are libwidevinecdm.dylib andwidevinecdmadapter.plugin. You can copy them to anywhere you like, but theyhave to be put together.


After getting the plugin files, you should pass the widevinecdmadapter's pathto Electron with --widevine-cdm-path command line switch, and the plugin'sversion with --widevine-cdm-version switch.


Approximately every ten to fifteen minutes over the course of the last 1.5 hours, a notice from Norton pops in from the bottom righthand corner of the screen concerning the file widevinecdm.dll. In History, it states the following:


Well, I think Norton is working as designed reporting on download. I have Norton Download Intelligence/Insight On.I think Edge may be causal. I've cycled Edge and Restart machine...just to see.


Approximately every ten to fifteen minutes over the course of the last 1.5 hours, a notice from Norton pops in from the bottom righthand corner of the screen concerning the file widevinecdm.dll. In History, it states the following: Download Insight analyzed widevinecdm.dll. (access allowed; reputation level good)...


I'm not sure what setting in Norton 360 might eliminate your constant pop-ups but the following support articles might be helpful, depending on whether your pop-ups about a safe wideinecmd.dll are displayed while MS Edge is trying to download the file or whether they appear when wideinecmd.dll is launched. I had the legacy Norton Security v22.15.x installed on my Vista SP2 machine and I used the default setting for Download Insight Notifications (Risks Only) and Show Report on Launch of Files (Unproven Only) so I only saw pop-ups when I tried to download or launch an infected or suspicious executable file.


1. Go into the Norton application and select the search magnifying glass (next to Help)2. In the search box enter "notifications" (without the quotes)3. "Download Insights Notifications" should appear at the top of the list4. Click on it and it should change to "Risks Only"Done. That will stop Norton from telling you that a downloaded file it has detected is safe, but it will continue to notify if anything is a potential risk.


First, I'm not too sure that Norton should be giving this a greenlight as being safe. According to what I found on one website, the widevinecdm.dll can also be malware in disguise. Personally, I don't understand how I even picked it up, when I have the settings on my browser set so tight and I'm even using the Norton security package, along with the additional Anti-tracking from the same company. Of course, if they are going to greenlight something because of legacy or other users, who don't have their settings so high, then that would explain a lot.


My point is Norton needs to start taking a closer look at these things, which are automatically getting the greenlight of their approval. It would also be nice if the warnings were more apparent. I would also like to have the ability to go in and block some of these things, especially when I do not agree with their decisions. I have looked and there is no way that I can find in the Norton Security, where I can tell it to block widevinecdm.dll.


and I used the default setting for Download Insight Notifications (Risks Only) and Show Report on Launch of Files (Unproven Only) so I only saw pop-ups when I tried to download or launch an infected or suspicious executable file.


First, I'm not too sure that Norton should be giving this a greenlight as being safe. According to what I found on one website, the widevinecdm.dll can also be malware in disguise. Personally, I don't understand how I even picked it up...


The widevinecdm.dll file is part of the Widevine Content Decryption Module built-in to various browsers. If you launch MS Edge, for example, and enter edge://components in the address bar it will show that the Widevine Content Decryption Module is one of the built-in components of that browser.


When I upload my current widevinecdm.dll v4.10.2209.0 file included with MS Edge v95.0.1020.53 (located in the hidden folder C:\Users\\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Edge\User Data\WidevineCdm\4.10.2209.0\_platform_specific\win_x64\) to VirusTotal.com for analysis the report at shows the unique SHA-256 hash is e72339d04f54afe23d3fb2a89e1343ba10a40969e42de70e38d2f22104d7676d and the detection rate is 0/66. That means that none of the 66 popular virus scan engines that VirusTotal used to scan widevinecdm.dll (e.g., Avast, BitDefender, McAfee, Symantec, etc.) found this file was malicious/suspicious, so I know that it's safe to use.


Yes, but not via the Chrome Webstore interface. Instead, the URL used by the Webstore to download CRX files (Chrome/Chromium extension packages, used by all extensions in the Chrome Webstore) can be used.


WARNING: For all platforms, it is recommended to download the Google Chrome version that has the same major version as ungoogled-chromium. Otherwise, there may be stability issues or crashes.


If none of the above tricks solve this error for you, uninstalling then reinstalling Google Chrome will often fix it. Follow the steps for your operating system to uninstall Google Chrome. After it is fully uninstalled, download and install a fresh copy.


The library file libwidevinecdm.dylib will be under/Applications/Google Chrome.app/Contents/Versions/CHROME_VERSION/Google Chrome Framework.framework/Versions/A/Libraries/WidevineCdm/_platform_specific/mac_(x86x64)/directory.


Simply click the download button on widevine.com/download/videooptimizer and enter.Using the links provided for your browser and OS, you can get information about them.Create an elevated command, such as Run installer in the elevated folder where you have saved it.Running as administrator is done by right-clicking or clicking.


At last, there is a way to figure out if Android devices are capable of running Widevine DRM, including which levels can run.You are all set to open InfoDRM with this app that you can download from the Play Store.The card can display each supportedDRM technology.


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widevinecdm.dll may also be located in other folders than c:\documents and settings\%USERNAME%\local settings\application data\google\chrome\user data\widevinecdm\1.4.1.376\_platform_specific\win_x86\. The most common variants are listed below:


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Update: I came to one of your pages a couple days ago warning about trouble with a widevinecdm update that disabled Chrome on my computer and modified my links. Norton said less than five users... I thought 'but somebody has to be first.'and OK'd it causing me grief as above. Doing a Restore to an earlier date undid the update and fixed the links.


I've been using a PC almost since they were first invented. But I'm by no means an expert in the field. As far as Chrome is concerned I only learned a little about it in a very short time, so:All I want to know is, What the f*** does widevinecdm do?


Should i Un-Install widevinecdm.dll ? I just turned on my Computer ran updates on my Malware Bytes, & Norton Internet Security, and this Popped up.. Please!! Advise T.y Kindly, >>>> " Have A Wonderful, Safe, & Blessed Christmas Season "


New information. On my computer, this file has been installed in the following two folders: C:\Users\Owner\AppData\Local\CEF\User Data\WidevineCDM\1.4.8.903\_platform_specific\win_x86 C:\Users\Owner\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\k9qntsko.default\gmp-widevinecdm\1.4.8.903.Note that neither folder is for Chrome, because I do not have Chrome installed on my computer.Per a question and answers on the Norton (as in Security) community website, Firefox gets support from widevinecdm.dll. The answer made reference to Firefox 47. It is still true for Firefox 49.<


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