It was specifically removed for a reason (I had a post containing it), if I remember correctly, the .dll was parsed to be a fake or it was the old version (check the file size). It was removed because it contained a virus, the poison ivy trojan/RAT. If you ran the injector, check your %temp% files, it's binded with a file called, "CAHacks.exe", with a key-looking icon. It was also binded with the original cHzInjector of which that's why the thread starter specifically stated to rename the .dll to "cHzInjector.dll".
Remember, 'The Game', a scan specifically shows nothing. Maybe you should analyze the programs instead, and report back with true analysis information. Using the terms, "use at your own risk" is not the way to go BECAUSE the claimed bypass was obsolete; it was nothing but a RAT/trojan with the old "cHz" bypass (it was originally Irwin's, it was just renamed and claimed for, unfortunately).
Do NOT download the file, or anything associated to be claimed as "cHz".