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wulfsson

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Thursday, November 17th 2011, 3:45pm

metin2.bin

tr/spy.2417972.1 trojan only in metin2client.bin as a spy report
if remove, then game doesnt start. i deleted game then reinstalled again the same problem. sent mails to some team members, no response so far also.
anyone has idea?
no other spies detected in whole 200gb harddisk.
what's done in the dark, will be brought to the light...

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Thursday, November 17th 2011, 4:31pm

That is a known and common issue. I will explain how it is caused. The virusscanner companies like Norton, Avast!, AVG, Kaspersky anc co. update their databases regularly, but there is a delay to our rollouts of new game versions (naturally, they cannot rate new content before it is online). As Metin2 contains a torrent patcher, which connects to internet, it is sometimes rated as virus like that mentioned trojan horse.

Of course there is no virus in Metin2! We check that regularly on different systems with different scanners, and are in touch with the virusscanner companies. To prevent such issues you can add the Metin2client.bin to the whitelist of your virusscanner, so in future it won't give any false alarm anymore. If you do not trust Metin2, you need to wait until the companies update their databases. :)

In some rare cases (only reported for Norton) you need to deactivate the antivirus device before launching Metin2 and activate it afterwards.

All these problems should be finally solved when the companies update their databases again.

Kind regards,

Aza


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