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    Exclamation This is the price to pay ?

    Hi all . . .

    I apologize if my second post seems stupid. For this I will accept all your insults...

    But if it was not completely stupid, please, please explain to me why Virus Total shows that Cross_Urth is infected by as many as 36 engines on 44 ...

    Perhaps this is the price to pay to play at least once a pair??

    Maybe there's something I do not know or that I've missed?

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    Re: This is the price to pay ?

    Read this thread in regards to any hacks from aimbots.net.
    http://aimbots.net/aimbots-net-relat...eat-virus.html
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    Re: This is the price to pay ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Untouch View Post
    Read this thread in regards to any hacks from aimbots.net.
    http://aimbots.net/aimbots-net-relat...eat-virus.html
    i'm sorry... but I'm clueless. An clueless is: "he who does not know".

    For this reason and to avoid "surprises", to any files that do not know, I give a VirusTotal shot.

    As perhaps you've seen the analysis is not reassuring, especially for "those who can not."

    I do not want to offend anyone. If you think so, believe me was not my intention ... I just want to understand and know, if possible. All here...

    If you can explain to me, I thank you also on behalf of other people who would like an explanation ...

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    Re: This is the price to pay ?

    How a hack works, is very simular to how a virus work.
    If you look at all "trojans" it find by virus total, all are "generic" trojan, not specific.
    For example, take https://www.microsoft.com/security/portal/threat/encyclopedia/entry.aspx?Name=Trojan:Win32/Bumat!rts
    "The generic nature of this detection means that the malicious behaviors vary from one detection to the next."

    So why it shows as "generic" ? From link of Untouch:
    "[..] are detected because of memory writing. Virusses mostly edit the underlaying memory, and your virusscanner will check it and probably give you a detection message due to the pattern matching." To work a "hack" has to write to memory too.

    Also, the source-code of this hack is released under GPL. Means everyone can read exactly what the hack is doing. If it was doing bad stuff people would have noticed.

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