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Trojan horse Generic19_c.AW

Ks.Ks. Member
edited October 18 in Bug Reports 8.30 Karma
The virus named above is the virus that
@Ks.&; @Flareon found when we search for a reason that antivirus delete our cubic castle


@SirKewberth @Betamax Pls solve?

Incase anyone wanna know wats Trojan Virus

The Meaning Of Trojan Virus

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  • Daz_DumbledoreDaz_Dumbledore SingaporeMember
    15.85 Karma
    Solve it yourself and exclude Cubic Castles from your anti virus.
  • EagenceEagence Member
    3.45 Karma
    No, its due to memory protection measures one took in order to solve certain third party alteration issues in other words its due to a measure taken against cheating...

    In simple words, your antivirus cannot search how the softwate/cubic.exe works since cubic.exe not allow it to see so your foolish antivirus regard it as a file hiding something... Technically it hide its data in memory against cheating but many antiviruses regard it as potentially dangerous file since they can't search it. In many cases these files include a virus or trojan but it doesn't mean always, its just a false positive due to your antivirus can't scan the memory path of datas in cubic.exe.

    I will not give details on against what such measure is taken but I think its obvious.
  • 42.35 Karma
    Well a trojan virus, idk.

    But a trojan horse was a large wooden horse full of soldiers, and people thought it was a gift, like a statue.

    But when they come in, BAM! Tons of soldiers come out to destroy your village.


    I guess it means a file with a virus in it, and you download it, and BAM! The virus infects your computer.
  • DexterTheFoxDexterTheFox Member
    24.40 Karma

    Well a trojan virus, idk.

    But a trojan horse was a large wooden horse full of soldiers, and people thought it was a gift, like a statue.

    But when they come in, BAM! Tons of soldiers come out to destroy your village.


    I guess it means a file with a virus in it, and you download it, and BAM! The virus infects your computer.

    Trojans are malicious malware that disguise themselves as a friendly file (.exe, .jpg, etc.) that is downloadable or shareable via the internet. Once the file is downloaded, all it has to do is wait for the program to be executed.

    This releases the virus into your system and can potentially steal sensitive information. There are many virus types out there, and they will only get more complex and harder to track as the Internet evolves.

    Stay safe on the internet...it's a vast place...
  • QbirdQbird Member
    93.25 Karma
    the Trojan Viruses work the same as the Trojan horse mentioned in the legend.

    If there really is one in cc, then we're done.

    But I have cc installed on my PC for a while and
    ...
    Bad example, my PC is slowly dying .
  • 24.70 Karma
    Its your antivirus showing up with a false-positive, try disabling it and then reinstall cc
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  • 42.35 Karma

    Well a trojan virus, idk.

    But a trojan horse was a large wooden horse full of soldiers, and people thought it was a gift, like a statue.

    But when they come in, BAM! Tons of soldiers come out to destroy your village.


    I guess it means a file with a virus in it, and you download it, and BAM! The virus infects your computer.

    Trojans are malicious malware that disguise themselves as a friendly file (.exe, .jpg, etc.) that is downloadable or shareable via the internet. Once the file is downloaded, all it has to do is wait for the program to be executed.

    This releases the virus into your system and can potentially steal sensitive information. There are many virus types out there, and they will only get more complex and harder to track as the Internet evolves.

    Stay safe on the internet...it's a vast place...
    Thx for explaining.
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