Infected file. [SOLVED]

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Infected file. [SOLVED]

Post by ImJustMikeyG on Wed 29 Oct 2014, 02:48

Hi guys, 

I know your downloads are virus free I'm just curious as to what's causing this to detect a trojan.

file name: rldorigin.dll 

virus name: trojan.generic. 12012945
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Re: Infected file. [SOLVED]

Post by SeoY on Wed 29 Oct 2014, 03:03

Hi there! Smile

That's what's called a "false positive". It's a harmless file that's detected as a virus. It usually happens with game cracks (which that file is). It's a normal issue, that's why the step 1 of the Ultimate Fix is adding the game installation folders to the antivirus exceptions list.

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Re: Infected file. [SOLVED]

Post by ImJustMikeyG on Wed 29 Oct 2014, 03:06

SeoY wrote:Hi there! Smile

That's what's called a "false positive". It's a harmless file that's detected as a virus. It usually happens with game cracks (which that file is). It's a normal issue, that's why the step 1 of the Ultimate Fix is adding the game installation folders to the antivirus exceptions list.
That's what I figured! thank you  Smile



Mod edit: problem solved, topic closede, I guess. Smile 

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