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NightScreams  posted on Dec 19, 2015 4:53:26 PM - Report post

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Max Payne 3 trainer. MS security essentials says it's a severe Trojan Spursint.A.

First off I wanted to know if it really is a false positive but secondly I also want to know how does one truly know what's a false positive or not? I have read similar posts regarding various executables before where everyone just repeats the words false positive, a term which then only serves a hacker's benefit if not really true. If I were such a person, I would proclaim false positive on every form of social media related to it just so users would bypass it for me and spread the word.

However since I don't know the securities of this site or how false positives are safely acknowledged, I figured I'd better ask first before I put my rig at risk.

Asylum7950  posted on Dec 19, 2015 6:21:31 PM - Report post

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Yes, it's a false positive. The trainers work kind of like a trojan, (injecting into another process to modify data.) so some security software read them as trojans, I've been a member here for a long time and have never had any ill effects from any trainers, including the one you are asking about.
PWizard  posted on Dec 19, 2015 6:28:45 PM - Report post

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Your antivirus or security product is falsely identifying our trainer or DRM as a virus or Trojan. All of our files are 100% safe and it is typical for some security products to block trainer injections. Please see our antivirus warning page for more information (Link). You can either whitelist the trainer in your security product settings, temporarily disable the software or uninstall it and find a product that does not routinely flag our trainers as false positives. Please note that no two trainers are alike. We use different injection methods and security templates all the time. Some or none may be detected and then suddenly one might be. Rest assured these files are safe.
PWizard  posted on Dec 19, 2015 6:30:07 PM - Report post

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Also note that you may actually have a virus/Trojan on your PC which is causing files from our website to then become infected on your system. Make sure you disable all browser extensions especially if using Google Chrome.

See this thread: Link

[Edited by moderator PWizard, 12/19/2015 6:31:00 PM]

Mirraluka  posted on Dec 24, 2015 10:03:49 AM - Report post

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I have been a full paid member since October 2010 (5 Years) I have DOWNLOADED that many trainers I wish I had a Dollar for everyone that's been downloaded, on that note CHU has NEVER had a trainer issued to the public or members with a Virus or any other software contaminating material rest assured CHU is safer than my ISP which was hacked in October uhg.
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