VeSys 2.0, like CHS uses a server based data management system that has a client (VeSys 2.0) connected to a Server (VeSys Manager) which is then in turn connected to a database (Postgres)
In order to connect the 3 together VeSys 2.0 open up a number ports on your PC.
Some anti-virus software cannot automatically tell whether these ports are just connected locally or remotely and report any such attempt to connect as a violation.
Tweaking your settings on the anti-virus software will prevent these messages form appearing.
Thanks for the information, I don't think I had this warning message when I was testing earlier versions of VeSys 2.0 although this could be due to AV updates. I run everything local on my machine and I've actually blocked all of these within my AV, do you think that will that cause me a problem?
I don't think so.
As long as you can still run the tool ok now with everything blocked then you should be fine.
I also believe a recent security update from Microsoft made this warning more aggressive (in that opening any port can cause this warning, local or not). However, I do not agree with the advice to block outgoing ports from VeSys, this would block automated error reporting if that is configured to be on (which we strongly recommend).