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Weird... i downloaded it also and didnt get any virus warning. ( using Norton AV 2006 )

because you don't have the latest definitions? or is it cause norton is crap.

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i downloaded alcohol 120% from nsaneproductions.com and my AVG antivirus detected one of the keygens with Alcohol 120% as a trojan horse. the other keygen is fine but does not work at all when trying to crack. best to replace the cracks asap. picture of the dectection below.

http://www.geocities.com/joeysaechao/virus.JPG

:lol: Seems you´re pretty confused... First of all, it´s NOT a trojan. Looks like AVG found it as "generic bla...bla..bla..". Generic in this case is a result of heuristic scan (AVG has very poor heuristic capabilities). Looking your screenshot, I see a classic sample of FALSE POSITIVE. I checked that files using Kaspersky 6, NOD32 and BitDefender. Results? Found Nothing. But if you´re not convinced, use a hexadecimal editor (such as XVI32) to analyze the file...If you understand about MD5 hash and source codes, you may look at the hex editor and see there´s nothing to worry about. ;)

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i downloaded alcohol 120% from nsaneproductions.com and my AVG antivirus detected one of the keygens with Alcohol 120% as a trojan horse. the other keygen is fine but does not work at all when trying to crack. best to replace the cracks asap. picture of the dectection below.

http://www.geocities.com/joeysaechao/virus.JPG

:lol: Seems you´re pretty confused... First of all, it´s NOT a trojan. Looks like AVG found it as "generic bla...bla..bla..". Generic in this case is a result of heuristic scan (AVG has very poor heuristic capabilities). Looking your screenshot, I see a classic sample of FALSE POSITIVE. I checked that files using Kaspersky 6, NOD32 and BitDefender. Results? Found Nothing. But if you´re not convinced, use a hexadecimal editor (such as XVI32) to analyze the file...If you understand about MD5 hash and source codes, you may look at the hex editor and see there´s nothing to worry about. ;)

with heuristic analysis off or not, the resident shield still catches it as a trojan, oh well. the keygens provided doesn't really work, when attempting to use the keygen alcohol detects it as a invalid serial and reverts back to trial version.

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with heuristic analysis off or not, the resident shield still catches it as a trojan, oh well. the keygens provided doesn't really work, when attempting to use the keygen alcohol detects it as a invalid serial and reverts back to trial version.

Heuristics actived or not, the term "generic trojan XXXX" comes from heuristic capabilities. As I said before, don´t worry it´s not a trojan, is in fact a false positive of Grisoft AVG. About the alcohol fix, there´s something you´re making wrong. All instances of alcohol must be closed. After that you must use the keygen into the patch and then apply the patch from alcohol diretory. To work properly, you must use patch and keygen. If you only use the key generated by keygen alcohol will check his server and ban this key. The included patch cheats some registry entries of alcohol to avoid the server communication. That´s why the patch is so necessary.. :lol:

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i dunno wat 2 say, until 2day i didnt have problems with it, only spy sweeper detecting something in the BHO area, but now after a full scan with KIS 2006 6.0.0.299-which my comp does daily...or nighly :) look wat was identified:

Infected: Trojan program Trojan.Win32.Agent.sk d:\kit\alcohol 120%\bm-sc-alcohol1953823.zip 6.0 MB

is it generic or is not? i dont know. this was the only trace, the prog didnt attempt any communication with the exterior, as far as i know. until now, KIS wouldnt recognize it as a threat. any comments on this?

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i dunno wat 2 say, until 2day i didnt have problems with it, only spy sweeper detecting something in the BHO area, but now after a full scan with KIS 2006 6.0.0.299-which my comp does daily...or nighly :) look wat was identified:

Infected: Trojan program Trojan.Win32.Agent.sk d:\kit\alcohol 120%\bm-sc-alcohol1953823.zip 6.0 MB

is it generic or is not? i dont know. this was the only trace, the prog didnt attempt any communication with the exterior, as far as i know. until now, KIS wouldnt recognize it as a threat. any comments on this?

your zip never had a problem before but now it does with the latest def update. well maybe its a poor def update. maybe the makers of alcohol has finally gotten virus def makers to add that zip to their listings on purpose.

i have alcohol ban from connecting to the internet. i nod32, outlook spyware, s/d and spysweep the zip and the extacted files. i do notice it takes longer to extact that zip then usually.

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SliverSamuel

someone is a n00b here, lol :)

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i downloaded alcohol 120% from nsaneproductions.com and my AVG antivirus detected one of the keygens with Alcohol 120% as a trojan horse. the other keygen is fine but does not work at all when trying to crack. best to replace the cracks asap.

I suggest you use a better A.V. :dance2:

I sure ain't a virus or trojan.

Apply the patch well :( and enjoy Alcohol.

you can scan it a Jotti.org (rename it before uploading), or Ewido what you like.

http://virusscan.jotti.org/

or

http://www.ewido.net/en/

B)

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i downloaded alcohol 120% from nsaneproductions.com and my AVG antivirus detected one of the keygens with Alcohol 120% as a trojan horse. the other keygen is fine but does not work at all when trying to crack. best to replace the cracks asap.

I suggest you use a better A.V. :dance2:

I sure ain't a virus or trojan.

Apply the patch well :D and enjoy Alcohol.

you can scan it a Jotti.org (rename it before uploading), or Ewido what you like.

http://virusscan.jotti.org/

or

http://www.ewido.net/en/

:blink:

AVG is a horrible AV, I suggest you use NOD32 and psst your n00b is showing

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I'm not sure if anyone has ever heard of http://www.virustotal.com , but it's a great site that scans almost any file using nearly every virus engine out there, so it'll tell you which ones pick it up as a virus and which ones don't... along with the virus name, so you can cross-reference and make an educated conclusion.

I conclude that it's probably not a virus.

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