what he means by it auto updates is that the code itself that nexon uses to patch/detect hacks auto updates and changes code every time u upload it
my main programing pc specs
Northbridge Intel i845G rev. B1
Southbridge Intel 82801DB (ICH4) rev. 02
Memory Type DDR
Memory Size 1024 MBytes
Memory Frequency 166.7 MHz (4:5)
CAS# latency (CL) 2.5
Mainboard Model Guppy
Description VGA Controller
DMI vendor Phoenix Technologies, LTD
version 3.08 date 05/09/2005
DMI System Information
manufacturer Compaq Presario 061
DMI Baseboard vendor ASUSTek Computer INC.
model Guppy revision 1.03
DMI System Enclosure manufacturer Hewlett-Packard
chassis type Desktop
model Intel(R) Celeron(R) CPU
clock speed 2933.0 MHz
FSB speed 133.0 MHz
DMI Memory Controller
Max module size 1024 MBytes
Display adapter 0
Name Intel(R) 82845G/GL/GE/PE/GV Graphics Controller
Memory size 64 MB
Windows Version Microsoft Windows XP Professional Service Pack 3 (Build 2600)
DirectX Version 9.0c
Also note that It worked before for Windows XP, it seems to have been detected when Byte Ciphered as well. So, it's detected for Windows XP, or am I being a retard? I've seen many people with XP have this hack work.
It's called a false positive. It isn't actually a Trojan. AVG just detects it because it is a hack file.
Click on the AVG icon in your system tray, then click on the 'Tools' menustrip item (up the very top). At the very bottom you will see 'Advanced Settings'. Click on this. Then, to the side, you will see a lot of different menus. Click on the second last, it will be called 'Temporarily disable AVG protection'. Click the thing that says Temporarily disable AVG protection, and hit okay. A box will pop up, hit okay again.
After that, find Black Cipher.exe and run it as admin.