[Edited by Adrien, 10/22/2017 11:23:00 AM]
It just seems unlikely that they would do this just to bother the site. More likely it was a simple false positive, which obviously can happen. So that they fixed it is just as it should be, and like you said - great community support certainly helped.
Just a reminder, though - I see there are still people who believe this is the same issue as some trainers being detected as "possible malware" by other software security solutions.
This is - not - the same thing. You will, likely, still get that warning from time to time. I imagine that type of false-positive is something you will have to live with as long as you enable (or your software has it pre-enabled) such functions as "detect possible unwanted malware".
The only reason they react to it is because the trainers attach to other programs to edit their memory.
We, the users, want that activity from the trainer, but you may not want that activity from some other type of software, so .. yeah. Not the same thing.
This was a negative branding of the website itself which in the long run could/would cause it's own type of damage to the people running it.
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