i think benmanns was stating its not legal because its technically part of a program hence it would be kinda on the lines like asking for a pirated software.
if its a generic file like that found in most programs itd be more legal but if its a dll made by stardock itself i could see how sharing something from a purchased product would be illigal.
honestly just uninstalling and reinstalling shouldve fixed issue as well as telling your horrid avs that loginstudio is not a virus or whatnot,so it stops removing them.
and people wonder why i use microsoft basic and not other avs.its because while windows defender can still give false positives it gives you an option to allow if you know its a false positive.most avs especially if you got them set on high risk will delete anything whether or not its a virus.
i got normal firewalls i got normal defenders and my modem has a built in firewall and you know what.my stuff doesnt mess up on me and i know im free of real viruses.im also old enough to know where av programs first got their hype,and know that most dont really protect you,in fact some send you a spam just so youll purchase the free items.unless you like to beleive your computer has thousands of viruses from a fully fresh wipe of windows.
ive seen many thats claimed that before and you dont have to even install shit