Downloaded a couple of trainers today and BitDefender has been quarantining ~mnn133.tmp due to having located possible malware after each download.
Name: Gen:Variant.Kazy 564289
I know the trainers work by way of reverse engineering and as a result, false positives are thrown up. However, this is the first time I've seen this come up...
Research on Gen:Variant.Kazy on a few pages has similar to this..
"Gen.Variant.Kazy is a mischievous computer Trojan which comes from bogus online scanners, malicious websites or bundled with other malware threats and as the security update for Windows. Gen.Variant.Kazy easily avoids the detection by anti-virus software. Gen.Variant.Kazy overwrites critical Windows files with itself or replaces other Trojan files on them which is terrible to the corrupted PC system. Gen.Variant.Kazy hides deep in the system background and its files in System Restore are protected to prevent any applications changing those files, so it is not easy to eliminate it. Remove Gen.Variant.Kazy as quickly as possible after detection."
So without meaning to sound disrespectful, is CheatHappens still safe to use?
[Edited by darkrangerx, 4/3/2015 3:13:42 AM]
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