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Mega-trainer 1.4 (infected)
the_wrath posted on Oct 25, 2007 11:51:41 PM - Report post
Mega-trainer 1.4 is infected with a virus. So beware of downloading it.
Vegetta posted on Oct 26, 2007 2:54:25 AM - Report post
There is no virus. They scan any file before they upload it, however some anti-viruses detect mistakenly some files as viruses.
It's time to play the game!
*Fusion to Vegetto*
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PWizard posted on Oct 26, 2007 4:02:09 AM - Report post
Did you receive a VIRUS, TROJAN or SPYWARE warning from one of the files you downloaded from our site? Please be aware that we scan all of the files we upload with multiple antivirus and spyware applications before posting them on the website. Some files, such as trainers, can often set off a scanner's heuristic warnings which may result in them being labeled a "GENERIC" or "SUSPICIOUS" trojan or virus. This is simply because of the way trainers work. They modify another program while it's running and also listen for keys to be pressed on the computer so the options can activate. This is exactly what a real trojan might do.
If you're ever in doubt, scan the file here: virusscan.jotti.org/
This will scan with 18 different antivirus scanners and report the findings immediately. If a file is truly infected, it should set off at least 70% of them. If the only thing that shows as positive is GENERIC, SUSPICIOUS or PACKER then the file is typically clean.
Chris O'Rorke (email@example.com)
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It depends on the antivirus too.If you are using Kaspersky,or AVG,or other low-quality antiviruses,no doubt they will report every file you download as a high risk virus.Especialy WINZIP and WINRAR.
But as the pwizard said test them on that site to be certain.
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