I have had problems with viruses in the past few weeks so heres some tips on how to tell if it is a false positive or a real virus. I use Avira AntiVir as my anti virus and evrey time i download a hack it comes up with a warning saying "trojan backdoor in C:/Desktop/TNThack.dll". On my anti virus a have a option to ignore the warning and let the program continue. When you press the ignore button your anti virus shouldnt pop back up again. This is were the trick is to finding if it is a real virus. Everytime i get a popup from my anti virus for the TNThack.dll it is always in the same location which is my desktop. IF it is a real virus i garuntee that the file location will change to something like this "C:\WINDOWS\system32\blablabla.exe" and u will relise that more of your files are getting infected. At this point i recomend you dont press the ignore button any more. So basicly if you hit ignore on your anti virus and it pops up again but in anoter location it is probably a virus.
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Real virus's can't spread unless they are injecting code. Anyway, this way is completely un-reliable and most likely a non-working way. Viruses spread computer to computer not program to program infections. Correct me if I'm wrong...