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[DCSISSUE] what is this ? Trojan or not ?


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It is part of the "new" ED copyright protection introduced a couple monthes ago as far as i know. If you search for anti virus or false positive you will find a lot of comments from users with different AV software getting false positives for many different .dll(from modules and core files).

Modules: KA-50, A-10C, FC3, UH-1H, MI-8MTV2, CA, MIG-21bis, FW-190D9, Bf-109K4, F-86F, MIG-15bis, M-2000C, SA342 Gazelle, AJS-37 Viggen, F/A-18C, F-14, C-101, FW-190A8, F-16C, F-5E, JF-17, SC, Mi-24P Hind

 

System: Win 10 64bit, Ryzen 3800X, 32gb RAM DDR4-3200, Gigabyte Aorus 1080ti XE ,1 x Samsung SSD 970 EVO Plus 2TB NVMe, 2 x Samsung SSD 2TB + 1TB SATA, MFG Crosswind Rudder Pedals - VIRPIL T-50CM and VIRPIL MongoosT-50 Throttle - Oculus Rift S, using only the latest Open Beta DCS Settings PD 1.5

 

 

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It is part of the "new" ED copyright protection introduced a couple monthes ago as far as i know. If you search for anti virus or false positive you will find a lot of comments from users with different AV software getting false positives for many different .dll(from modules and core files).

 

Thanks, i,ve been worried...

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I prefer to have the DCS folders excluded from the Antivirus reach, so not only I do not get these false positives, but also the Sim works smoother when it is not competing with the antivirus for access to the same files.

 

For work: iMac mid-2010 of 27" - Core i7 870 - 6 GB DDR3 1333 MHz - ATI HD5670 - SSD 256 GB - HDD 2 TB - macOS High Sierra

For Gaming: 34" Monitor - Ryzen 3600 - 32 GB DDR4 2400 - nVidia GTX1070ti - SSD 1.25 TB - HDD 10 TB - Win10 Pro - TM HOTAS Cougar - Oculus Rift CV1

Mobile: iPad Pro 12.9" of 256 GB

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