Command & Conquer 4: Tiberian Twilight Discussion
Well 1st of all ,..,
That should never be Needed.
Second KAspersky is one of the very best virus scanners out there and always warn me but Never Cry about casual stuff like keyloggers in trainers and so on ,.
but this particular trainer seem to upset Kaspersky DRAMATICLY ,.as soon as its downloaded it Delete's right away .,i tried shutting of Kaspersky ,. Added the trainer to TRUSTED PROGRAMS List in KAspersky ,. Kaspersky Cry''s like a Drowning *****cat when ever you put him back on .,and Delete the file right away ,.saying its not to be Trusted at all times ,.. I trust every single file here ,.
But this trainer ,. Is not to be trusted if you ask me.
So Cheat Engine is the man for me at the moment ,cheating the games memmory adresses myself.
[Edited by Mike130784, 3/25/2010 1:33:04 AM]
Easy way is to put all your trainers in a folder, and adding it to its exceptions list.
I would disagree. Kaspersky is nice, but it failed to protect my system when a REAL virus infected it.
And I do feel that these companies might be giving a good sum of money to Kaspersky Labs (And I feel Norton has a full monetary backup from these companies) for detecting trainers as viruses.
Also there are over-sensitive anti-virus scanners that does byte-checks on every file. And if the byte array is similar to any entry in their lame virus definition directory, the Anti-virus would go crazy, throwing false alarms. This is called Heuristics. Usually these are not always accurate.
Even about the keylogging function, if virus-scanners are set on high, they would detect every game as viruses and block them.
Which is why I have customized my anti-virus for now. I have set Heuristics Alert to low, and am using Avast - Way better than Kaspersky.
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