It definitely needs a 'no degradation' option. Like, really bad.
Otherwise, though, it's a fantastic trainer. No surprises there, though.
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Meatpixie posted on Sep 26, 2010 1:38:22 PM - Report post
@tempnexus Well the funny thing is, the md5 is the same, yet i was reading about it, and they suggest to delete it with kaspersky & that mccafee cant delete it, but like i told ya' kaspersky cant detect any trojans, how did u delete it?
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tempnexus posted on Sep 26, 2010 3:29:41 PM - Report post
I ran those files in my malware analysis box so nothing gets hooked and nothing gets deleted. But since you can't delete it that means the process is hooked somewhere and it's currently in use (trojan is actively running). The trojan will self update, however I have informed the people in charge of the "Call home" domain and the domain has been taken offline as of 22 hours ago. Anyhow, if the program is stubborn and you can't nuke it now then download this tool: killbox.net/ Can't seem to post the whole explention keeps giving me the damn 400 error
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tempnexus posted on Sep 26, 2010 3:35:06 PM - Report post
Kasperksy can't detect it yet!
PWizard posted on Sep 26, 2010 3:40:46 PM - Report post
new options added... more to come
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