Mass Effect 2 Discussion
Because this trainer continuously sets off my antivirus program (in this case AVG), I've sent a copy to the tech support center as they requested so they could analyze it or whatever it is they do and then release an update for AVG that will stop these false alarms. My point being, if this trainer sends back to the authentication server a different IP address, this is why.
LOL, nvm. They don't even have an actual person look at it, it's all done by automated process. *SIGH* I'm switching to Norton.
[Edited by predcon, 4/20/2010 9:50:04 PM]
Don't bother with Norton. It's worse in every aspect. More false positives, less viruses actually caught, and it costs money.
Avast! Free is easily better than most, if not all, paid or free antivirus software. Exclusions support (So you can set your "My Trainers" directory as a place to not be scanned, preventing false positives), and a bunch of options, plus it catches lots of viruses with very few false positives.
I've been using Norton's new line of programs for the last two years, NIS2009 and NIS2010. Both are fantastic pieces of work. I'll concede more false positives, but be honest, you'd rather it fingered everything rather than nothing. It also obeys you, when you tell it to ignore a file or directory.
it scans "my trainers" and i doesn't say anything...
and i think it is a great "security program" i would recommend it to anyone...
* Updated game trainers and cheats daily
* Get notified when new cheats are added
* Request which games get new trainers
* Priority support with any problem