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    Virus

    Hi guys,

    is there any virus you know about in https://www.sendspace.com/file/t43u1i[/URL] ??

    i'm trying to download tapani last patch..

    Please help

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    it will just be a false negative on the antivirus, if the link to sendspace is from this site, the patch is fine

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    it's shows me some Trojzn generic file

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    Quote Originally Posted by maizax View Post
    it's shows me some Trojzn generic file
    The patch is fine, no virus, the patch changes the game exe binary so some antivirus thinks it is a virus, but its fine. Just click to download it from sendspace without clicking the sendspace ads.
    Last edited by MadScientist; 06-12-18 at 06:40 PM.

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    Is there any other source i can download patch?

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    Quote Originally Posted by maizax View Post
    Is there any other source i can download patch?
    I dont know if there is other source, but the link you posted is right. And regardless the source some antivirus will always flag it as virus because it changes the game .exe so the antivirus thinks its suspicious to change an .exe. But its is safe in this case because thats what a patch is supposed to do. Tapani explains it here:
    Quote Originally Posted by Tapani View Post
    It is not the name of a known trojan or virus. It is an generic name for a pattern they have detected in trojans ... their antivirus found a program that opens an .exe file, and overwrites a big pile of carefully selected bytes of code in it. That sure as h*ll appears as suspicious behaviour (in general)! But in this case, that is exactly what a patcher is supposed to do, but Windows Defender cannot know that.
    Last edited by MadScientist; 06-12-18 at 06:56 PM.

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