Alright, this thread is really long, just skip down to the part in which you want to know. This is to help new members without flooding threads.
What is a false positive?
A false positive is when the antivirus detected something as a virus or some kind of malware, this is very common, the 100% most common alert you get is when you download PerX; a common injector uses to inject hacks. PerX is often detected as a virus.
These are the common flagged ones:
Win32/Themida: This is very common in public site hacks or simply VIP hacks, Thermia is a protection against theft act that protects the creator's work without anyone messing with it. It also makes your life easier by preventing people from sticking viruses in it and reuploading it.
Genetic: You often see names like /Genetic; this is the binary code often in hacks.
Injector/.dlls: Most viruses attach themselves to the program, the AV thinks it is a virus when it does.
1: In order your hack to work, you must do a few steps:
1. You must go to the user control in the AV, this is very easy, most of the times you can right click the antivirus on your system tray (the thing next to the time and date) and go there as an option.
2. You can add it to the exception list:
NORTON: Double-click the 360 icon, go into settings, then choose "virus and spyware protection", file exclusions tab.
AVG: Go to the AVG User Inference, double click on Resident Shield, Add Exception.
NOD32: Advanced Settings; there's a Exclusions section which you can use to exclude certain programs.
AVIRA: AntiVir -> Configuration -> Guard (and Scanner, if you want them excluded to the on-access scan, too) -> Scan -> Exception. Then add the paths (for example c:\folder\excluded) to the File Objects list.
AVAST: For the Standard Shield provider (on-access scanning): Left click the avast! 'a-ball' icon in the system tray, choose ’Standard shield’ – use the ’Customize’ button - Advanced tab - and click on the Add button. For the other providers (on-demand scanning): Right click the avast! 'a-ball' icon in the system tray, click ’Program Settings’. Go to the Exclusions tab and click on the Add button
3. Turn off system protection (AKA: Resident Shield)
4. READ! READ! READ! Read the forum! They'll tell you if it's safe or not. It's a pain in the butt to see a person posted a true proof of a virus and like two pages later, someone have the balls to goes, "Is this a virus?"
HOW TO RUN HACKS:
Get an injector: http://www.mpgh.net/forum/164-combat...july-14-a.html
Get your undetected hack: http://www.mpgh.net/forum/164-combat...uly-14-a.htmlR
READ THE FORUM THAT PROVIDE AN INJECTOR AND THE HACK TO KNOW HOW TO INJECT THE HACK AND THE HOTKEY!!! MOST HACKS WILL NOT WORK WITH WINDOW XP, UPDATE IT.
That's all I got for now. :/