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Title: .:Forbidden Ragnarok Online:. Virus
Post by: Atreilynn on Feb 14, 2009, 03:43 am
the
.:Forbidden Ragnarok Online:.
   5000x/5000x/100x

The page loads an error at times.
My Anti Virus picked up a Virus ..
clearly its been hexed up.

Title: Re: .:Forbidden Ragnarok Online:. Virus
Post by: yC on Feb 14, 2009, 04:09 am
i was there, it loads fine.  System didn't detect anything.

Anyone else tried?
Title: Re: .:Forbidden Ragnarok Online:. Virus
Post by: Xeighter on Feb 14, 2009, 07:19 am
All fine here.
Title: Re: .:Forbidden Ragnarok Online:. Virus
Post by: Cielte on Feb 14, 2009, 07:33 am
100% clean for me.

Out of curiosty, what anti virus do you use?
Title: Re: .:Forbidden Ragnarok Online:. Virus
Post by: Littlechan on Feb 14, 2009, 08:53 am
wrong virus recognizing?
Title: Re: .:Forbidden Ragnarok Online:. Virus
Post by: Zone on Feb 14, 2009, 10:49 am
Their download is for another server called IpanemaRO
And now I know why, they moved from Ipanema to ForbiddenRO
Patcher Before Running:
(click to show/hide)

Executable Before Patching:

(click to show/hide)

There are no patches.
Title: Re: .:Forbidden Ragnarok Online:. Virus
Post by: yC on Feb 14, 2009, 03:52 pm
nice found zone, i'll go ahead and delist ipanema.
Title: Re: .:Forbidden Ragnarok Online:. Virus
Post by: Zone on Feb 14, 2009, 04:58 pm
Mhmm
Title: Re: .:Forbidden Ragnarok Online:. Virus
Post by: Atreilynn on Feb 15, 2009, 07:59 pm
100% clean for me.

Out of curiosty, what anti virus do you use?

Mm.
I use Avast ..
o_o ;

Title: Re: .:Forbidden Ragnarok Online:. Virus
Post by: Zone on Feb 15, 2009, 08:31 pm
Well, according to my scans, they are all fine.
Title: Re: .:Forbidden Ragnarok Online:. Virus
Post by: PoisonWolf on Feb 15, 2009, 09:58 pm
Well, according to my scans, they are all fine.

Zone,

The trojan has probably already nestled itself nicely behind your antivirus. :D

Cheers.
Title: Re: .:Forbidden Ragnarok Online:. Virus
Post by: Zone on Feb 16, 2009, 02:36 am
I doubt that, my system detects even the slightest possible virus.
Even a pdf file crypted with a virus cannot get past my system.
I've tried, no dice :P
Title: Re: .:Forbidden Ragnarok Online:. Virus
Post by: Jerhia on Feb 27, 2009, 12:42 pm
Hey i already scanned all the files of my server website cuz some of the people reporting
that my website got a virus/trojan which is i never ecountering!
but most of the people reporting using avast i think its just a false alarm or w/e

And btw IpanemaRO has been moved to ForbiddenRO! ( Server Changed Name )
Title: Re: .:Forbidden Ragnarok Online:. Virus
Post by: Cielte on Feb 27, 2009, 01:53 pm
Hey i already scanned all the files of my server website cuz some of the people reporting
that my website got a virus/trojan which is i never ecountering!
but most of the people reporting using avast i think its just a false alarm or w/e

And btw IpanemaRO has been moved to ForbiddenRO! ( Server Changed Name )

Fyi, I was using Avast when I checked it, and didn't get a virus. They were probably using AVG.
Title: Re: .:Forbidden Ragnarok Online:. Virus
Post by: neodarkcloud on Mar 03, 2009, 07:01 pm
100% clean for me.
Title: Re: .:Forbidden Ragnarok Online:. Virus
Post by: Yoda on Mar 10, 2009, 03:18 pm
100% clean for me.

Out of curiosty, what anti virus do you use?

Mm.
I use Avast ..
o_o ;




False positive.  Some files, such as the valkyire patcher for some servers gives a false positive.
Title: Re: .:Forbidden Ragnarok Online:. Virus
Post by: kinzoku on Mar 10, 2009, 10:10 pm
Did it by chance pick up a trojan?

Avast does that... It seems to pick up random trojans anywhere and everywhere.

I suggest getting a different anti-virus, one with less bugs.
Title: Re: .:Forbidden Ragnarok Online:. Virus
Post by: Cielte on Mar 10, 2009, 10:14 pm
Did it by chance pick up a trojan?

Avast does that... It seems to pick up random trojans anywhere and everywhere.

I suggest getting a different anti-virus, one with less bugs.

Avast picks up on false things sometimes, yes. But overall, it isn't that buggy.