Loosin a bit of faith in CH
RedWolf1992 posted on Jun 08, 2010 8:11:09 AM - Report post
I know that trainers can seem like viruses to anti-virus software, but i haven't had a problem downloading trainers from CH since i got MSE (Microsoft security essentials) installed on my PC. A while back i tried to download a Sims 3 trainer and i got a virus warning, i thought it was nothing but to be safe i put it under quarantine. Today i tried downloading C&C Red Alert 3 trainer (V 1.09) and i got yet another virus warning. According to my anti-virus its a "Backdoor:Win32/Ursap!rts"
whatever that means, but apparently it gives remote access to the computer its installed on, now that made me worry a bit. I have never had a problem with my anti-virus before and just the other day i downloaded 2 trainers and got no warning and they worked fine.
Can anyone help
[Edited by RedWolf1992, 6/8/2010 8:16:49 AM]
The Wolf Of The Soviet Union
HonestGamer posted on Jun 08, 2010 8:43:15 AM - Report post
Well for the love of god: Link
Why wouch CH infect trainers with viruses? Its bad for business.
And it needs internet access for authentication process of the trainer, no information is shared with 3rd parties. So you may RELAX!
[Edited by moderator HonestGamer, 6/8/2010 8:46:18 AM]
I lose a little bit more faith in humanity for every person who fails to read a sticky.
[Edited by moderator EternalSlayer, 6/8/2010 11:47:19 AM]
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