Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Discussion
Some antivirus will detect trainer as trojan. Don't worry cos it's not. I'm also using NOD32 before and it also detect some of my trainer as trojan. But after I change to Microsoft Security Essentials Link I don't have this problem anymore and it's very light on resources and best of all it's FREE
if kaspersky has a Resident Shield with an Exceptions list...then u could add the trainer's .exe to it and it should work fine. most of these trainers like kaspersky and avg have a habit of giving false positives. CH trainers r completely safe. i had a problem with the Batman Arkham Asylum trainer. my anti-virus prevented it from downloading.so i disabled the av and installed the trainer and it worked perfectly. after which i ran the game and the trainer with the AV on..and no problems.
[Edited by saurabhfzd, 11/20/2009 6:14:47 AM]
[Edited by jconquest, 11/22/2009 6:02:35 AM]
Some AV softwares with heuristic scan may consider the trainers viruses because of their behaviour. Trainers attach themselves to programs to alter them and/or modify memory addresses that don't belong to the trainer.
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