originally posted by ralexpdx
I also am an unlimited member and I agree that most of the trainers trigger FALSE readings from AV programs. I usually use VirusTotal.com, but tried the one mentioned in the above post. Here are the results:
Battlestations Pacific Trainer.exe
Scan finished. 14 out of 19 scanners reported malware.
Scan taken on: Sat 25 Dec 2010 12:12:28 (CET) Permalink
14 our of 19 reports, not a Suspicious File or Packed file, but an actual trojan. VirusTotal reported 68& of the AV programs reported a trojan. I've submitted the file to Symantec for analysis and it may not actually have a virus, but this one doesn't fit the usual results... Just FYI.. Thanks!
then its 14/19 reporting false positive. that file is safe. if you don't believe us then delete it and don't use it. BTW the more you send stuff to JOTTI and the like the more they will flag our files as suspicious. There's nothing wrong with our trainers if you downloaded them FROM HERE.
[Edited by Caliber, 9/26/2011 3:25:42 PM]