Baldur´s Gate 2: Enhanced Edition Discussion
the moment I start up the Trainer and then I get the same msg as u.
So is the Trainer supposed to create a .tmp file and should I add it to the exception List?
[Edited by Cutterwolf, 2/22/2014 2:52:21 PM]
We don't put Trojans in our trainers for the same reason that McDonalds doesn't use rat poison as their secret sauce. Not exactly good for business. We've been in business for over 13 years and have over 2 MILLION members. If you don't trust our files at this point then I'll be happy to deactivate your account and you can get your trainers from anonymous Chinese hacking websites which are surely more reputable than us.
Then don't use Cheat Happens stuff. I even wasted my time looking up the detection name for that AV vendor since no one else did as they apparently don't care enough about their own computer security to know what it is that is "attacking" their computer to see if it was feasible that it got passed the AV or not despite the detection (and that AV product even conveniently links you to the knowledge base article on the detection report that you totally read).
It's a general warning about something that looks like malicious behavior. Nowhere in that page does it say that it is malware.
I even took the time to fill out a false positive report.
EDIT: As of virus definition update 18.104.22.168, MSE nor Windows Defender no longer detects the trainer as malware. You can now sleep at night knowing Microsoft has corrected the false positive.
[Edited by moderator Neo7, 4/21/2014 7:18:08 AM]
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