Why don't you guys try this: Don't use the Real Self-injecting Black Cipher, Use the .dll that was extracted the first time you used Black Cipher. Then Rename the .dll into something other than Black Cipher. (E.g ITunes.dll) and ALSO rename the injector your going to be using (I used PerX and renamed it to Internet Explorer) Try Injecting it and see what happens.
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.
Sorry Black but I got a trojan from this D:
Please help I use AVG Anti-Virus for my detector and it blocks me from using it D: help
I have that to so I can help you when you open up AVG on the to left hand corner there should be a tab that says Tools click that. Next there should be
some other things that pop up and one of them says Advanced Settings click
it. Then it should have a list of things such as (Anti-Spam, Email Scanner,
Link Scanner, and many others) there should be one that says Resident Shield
and then three other things below it, one of them being Excluded Files click
that. Finally on the right there should be a button that says Add then it should open something and it is looking in your Documents so then wherever you put it (I put mine in a folder on my Desktop) if being your Desktop then click it. Now whatever there is on your desktop there should have that and if you have it in a folder then click in that folder then find the things that it is blocking out and double click those items then you do that the same way with anything else your Resident Shield blocks out!
The Following User Says Thank You to HeavenlyRage For This Useful Post: