I'm usually very satisfied with the CH trainers however after I downloaded the ArmA II: Operation Arrowhead trainer I tried running it and when I did AVG gave me an error saying that a file named copy.dll was trying to access my computer. It said it was a trojan named Vundo, after doing research I found how to check if I had the virus and when I ran the program that removes the virus it said that the Trainer was infected.
Please be careful when using this trainer, PWizard and Caliber please investigate this as you guys do a great job and I'm sure it's not your fault.
PWizard posted on Jun 28, 2010 8:50:20 AM - Report post
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Caliber posted on Jun 30, 2010 2:34:26 PM - Report post
the copy.dll is an actual copy of your game.exe being injected for use by the trainer. likely you are using a version of the game that is 'free' and it has this virus signature on it. if you had to put the game.exe as an exception in your virus scanner (since it also reports virus using that 'cracked' .exe) then you may have some issues with our trainer since it is making a copy of the .exe and then trying to inject it for trainer purposes. my only suggestion is to turn your virus scanner off temporarily in this instance.
this won't happen for people who are using the 'non cracked' version of the game and also for people whose virus scanners aren't overly flagging every signature as vundo.
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