Installation Warning Ursu.808601

I came across Installation Warning with AMP with the message of "XSlit_Vcam_Updateer.exe is detected as “Gen:Variant.Ursu.808601” virus.

Let me confirm how I can install the XSlit Vcam in the computer?



The file version is as follows:


I got a virus alert too from Bitdefender when trying to update.


Me too. I have Bitdefender and it quarantined XSplit_VCam_Updater.exe having determined it is infected with Gen:Variant.Ursu.808601. Install then fails; “Source file not found…” Abort Retry Ignore. Other than restoring the file from quarantine, every option either loops or fails the install and it rolls back.

Although, I would note that this thread is in VCam PTR – my install was from a production link.


FOLLOWUP: Current PTR (XVC_Installer_2.0.2008.2502.exe) works – no virus alert. PTR VCam installs without alert/quarantine from Bitdefender.


me too, exactly the same problems


Apologies for this issue, we are currently investigating this and hope to get this resolved soon.


Hi guys, I was able to replicate the issue. But some time after I did a re-install of BitDefender, I have successfully installed VCam 2.0.2011.1701. Can anyone please confirm if they’re able to install 2.0.2011.1701 now? :slight_smile:

Yes, my last try allowed to install Vcam. Thank you! Now it works

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HitmanPro.Alert 3.7.14 build 797 quarantines the same “Gen:Variant.Ursu.808601” making a new install or update fail.
Had to do an install of 1.2.2004.2201 to keep something working pending a hopeful fix for 2.0.2011.1701

I had a copy on my disk, but I have moved on and successfully installed 2.0.2008.2502 PTR (imported my backgrounds when prompted), as barelyzen suggested above, which is on this Xsplit link:

We are still investigating this issue, but It seems there’s no threat detection anymore with BitDefender. I have successfully installed 2.0.2011.1701.

Here’s the link for the previous VCam version 2.0.2010.2901 ->
This is higher than the latest PTR version available.

VCam 2.0.2010.2901 may be able to detect your mobile phone via XSplit Connect : Webcam mobile apps, but please note that this version does not have the latest fixes and improvements (including USB connection) for using XSplit Connect : Webcam as your source.

I’ll let you know asap when there’s a new update on this issue.

We have already reached out and reported the false positive detection of VCam in the antivirus programs and hopefully get this resolved soon. Apologies for this issue.