Shaodan posted on Nov 05, 2006 4:54:27 PM - Report post
Just a heads up, both norton and mcafee are screaming that this is a trojan. Be sure to scan your downloads.
PWizard posted on Nov 05, 2006 5:10:09 PM - Report post
I think you have something else on your computer that might be infecting the file. Either that or your heuristics are turned up way too high. I scanned this with Norton Antivirus 2007 and AVG Anti-Spyware and it found nothing.
I then ran a scan online at virusscan.jotti.org/ which scans it using 14 additional anti-virus scanners and only one of them detected simply a Heuristic possibility. All other 13 scanned clean.
The file is clean.
[Edited by PWizard, 11/5/2006 5:24:56 PM]
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PeTTs0n posted on Nov 05, 2006 9:08:35 PM - Report post
The thing about this is that some AV programs check for new, potential viruses before any cure is developed. My McAfee also checked this as a virus (New Malware.n), and I'm thinking the AV software sees that the trainer tries to modify memory values and/or values of another program. Some trainers are made more clumsy than others (the larger trainer making groups (almost) never have this kinds of problems as you might notice)*. This might be due to suspicious value searching/changing methods, but I'm not all too in on this ^^
Don't use this as a reference though, it's 6am and I'm just trying to help
*Sorry UNLEASHED if you're offended, didn't mean to. ^^
[Edited by PeTTs0n, 11/5/2006 9:11:49 PM]
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