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Trojan 9 months 3 weeks ago #374065

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all I did was send the file to Avast antivirus. So when it said it was a virus, there is an option to say that it is not true and send the file to them for analysis. I did that. They removed it from the virus list. That simple.
Unfortunately I don't have the time or resources to do that with every single antivirus on the market. I can try to help with the main ones if you tell me which one you are using, because no, the game has no virus. All you have to do is disable the antivirus on that file if it says so.
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Trojan 9 months 3 weeks ago #374067

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Dog 10 wrote: Probably dont have a built in virus, but i think there's a loophole in the app that is used to infect the game app in my end...
Im not playing this at the moment, but i have it installed on my pc... from time to time i get virus warning from my Norton that some virus try to attatch to dogfightgame... could be the forum that is connected to the game or just directly attatching the game...

Im starting to be a bit pissed on that so i have decided to uninstall this shit for a while to protect my other apps on my pc.


As I said, it has no virus. If you read the message from your antivirus is says it's detecting it using a heuristic method. Translated for the none-geeks. Heuristic method = it seems it can be a virus since it has code to connect to facebook, go online, voice chat... so to be safe I'll put it as a virus unless you tell me otherwise.

It has NO virus. You just have to tell your antivirus to ignore it and don't delete it. Even better to send the file to the antivirus maker for analysis and exclude it in all future releases. (that's what I did with avast antivirus and they removed it from the virus list in 24 hours).
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Trojan 9 months 3 weeks ago #374072

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Well Zup give us the game we miss so much please !

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Trojan 9 months 2 weeks ago #374083

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My antivirus "Trend" just tripped up on it. I guess I'll try a reinstall.
Maybe I'll get lucky with the latest version......

zuperman wrote: all I did was send the file to Avast antivirus. So when it said it was a virus, there is an option to say that it is not true and send the file to them for analysis. I did that. They removed it from the virus list. That simple.
Unfortunately I don't have the time or resources to do that with every single antivirus on the market. I can try to help with the main ones if you tell me which one you are using, because no, the game has no virus. All you have to do is disable the antivirus on that file if it says so.

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Trojan 9 months 2 weeks ago #374094

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what version of Trend? I just went to their website and download the trial version of Trend Micro Antivirus (version 15). It didn't detect it as a virus, everything seems to be working fine.

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