Are you afraid of VAC detection?
Have you heard that some of these cheats are detected?
VAC2 actually hasn't updated for the half-life1 engine since July 24th last year!
Nov28th was the last anti-cheat update, but it didn't update VAC, it simply changed offsets/injection points
so that all cheats released past that date was disabled.
All cheats released after that date however, is fully VAC undetected.
If any other cheatsites claim these cheats is detected. They're only doing it because other cheatsites are doing it. It's an evil circle of Uptodate marketing.
I've been using all of these cheats randomly since they were released, hasn't been VAC banned since May last year. This is obviously not only proof.
OMFG VIRUSED FILE
If your anti-virus detects ANY of these cheats as detected, no worries! False positives.
A false positive is a file that is detected as a virus because of how it works.
False positives on cheats could be because of several reasons. Heres some.
- Cheats often sends you to the makers site/forum when used. This is often detected as 'Eldorado!"
in antivirus reports.
- Cheats have to 'inject' itself into the half-life engine. If the injection method is old, it's often
shown up as 'injector' or 'trojan' in anti-virus reports.
Report generated: 7.12.2009 at 1.07.31 (GMT 1)
File size: 454144
MD5 Hash: d1be44be0fd6312793e57bb7da2df00e
SHA1 Hash: 2B6322A86AAB84994415E57A44FE0B16FA2ADD4B
Self-Extract Archive: Nothing found
Binder Detector: Nothing found
Detection rate: 8 on 24
a-squared - Riskware.Win32.DelfInject!IK
Avira AntiVir - TR/Dropper.Gen
Avast - -
AVG - Dropper.Generic.BCWK
BitDefender - Dropped:Trojan.Generic.2806232
ClamAV - Trojan.Dropper-22530
Comodo - -
Dr.Web - -
Ewido - -
F-PROT6 - -
G-Data - -
Ikarus T3 - VirTool.Win32.DelfInject
Kaspersky - HEUR:Trojan.Win32.Generic
McAfee - -
NOD32 v3 - -
Norman - -
Panda - -
QuickHeal - -
Solo Antivirus - -
Sophos - -
TrendMicro - -
VBA32 - Trojan-Dropper.Win32.Clons.bfv
VirusBuster - -
ZonerAntivirus - -
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