Sim City 4: Rush Hour Discussion
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[Edited by Neo7, 11/5/2007 9:24:19 AM]
There was another detection from my Trend Micro, but I forgot what it was and forgot to take a screen shot of it. I just want to be on the safe side, but thanks for your replies.
I think that is the file for the hotkeys. Without that, you can't use the hotkeys of the trainer. It is nothing suspicious with that.
Process C:\Documents and Settings\James\Local Settings\Temp\Rar$EX00.672\Sim.City.4.Rush.Hour.Expansion.Plus.1.Trainer.exe (PID: 2688) is attempting to invade process C:\Program Files\Maxis\SimCity 4\Apps\SimCity 4.exe (PID: 1112). This behaviour is typical of some malware.
That is all it does, since i dont save some zips from websites its kept in my temp folder which as it says there. It is Trying to access the zip because thats where the trainer is running from, Then once it has the trainer (PID: 2688) it says thats its trying to access my sim city executable file not the system Registry or whatever trojans do. Thats all it does. Case closed, This file Is "CLEAN"
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