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I have recently downloaded trainer maker kit v1.51 from a website, so I can start making my own trainers to cheat on my games. The only thing I am worried about is that it makes a hotkey file that is spelled like [email protected]@[email protected] .dll or something of that sort, and is detected by my adaware program as adware, TAC rating 5. I read somewhere that this hot key file does not cause harm to any PC, It's only a hot key file for keybinding cheats. I thought I would Ask someone here that might of used this Trainer maker kit, so I could be reasured if this is alright to install. When I installed it Before I restored my computer, It did not seem to cause any harm or slow my pc down.

Another Question, is there a free program where I can make my own windowsblinds, to enhance my desktop? If there is can someone link me to it, thanks.


Sorry if this is in the wrong section, I did not know where else to post it, Any mod, feel free to move it if you must. :D
 

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how about, i post here, you delete/edit the post and dont get flamed (if that's a word) for double posting? ;)

maybe you didnt download a good version? it shouldnt show as adware/spyware

http://www.gameburnworld.com/Other/TrainerMakerKitv1.51.zip <-- this one i use, never showed adware/spyware problem
 

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Sorry about The double Post

Sorry for double posting, didn't mean to sound like an idiot, As I observe and obey the rules of every forum I go on to, and don't want to get a bad reputation.

Gameburnworld is exactly where I got the trainer maker kit from, I did not want to post where I got it from, because I was'nt sure if the site "Gameburn world" pertained to anything illegal as the name may suggest.

I thought while I was waiting for a reply, I would google about the file, and correction of myself, the file is called [email protected]@@k .dll , and I found out that this trainer maker kit uses hotkeys as a "quick and dirty way to keybind a bunch of buttons together for cheats, the hotkey file is not malicious, but may be picked us by spyware, adware, and antivirus programs, as a trojan, as it's code is written similar to a keylogger.

I Just installed the program today and it has not caused any problems.
BTW where can I find A decent tutorial on how to make trainers, alter memory addresses, and hexadecimals? Thanks in advance.

:Edit: Can someone link me to a site with tutorials on how to create silent hill 3 or 4 trainers, and the about the memory addresses of them, I searched all over google but cannot find a single thing on it, I am stuck and don't know what memory adresses are which, for silent hill 3 and 4, I would like to create a trainer for unlimited ammo, one hit kills, Saves always = 1, quick ending (if possible), all endings, modes unlocked, (if possible). Thanks
 

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Well, to understand why it's tagged as adware, you have to understand the mentality of the consumer and the industry as a whole.

Often, adware, spyware and all other wares are lumped together into one classification, including everything they use (nearly). If for example, I have a knife, it's technically both a tool and a deadly weapon. A keyboard hooker is pretty much the same thing. It's technically a tool, but is often used for illicit purposes.

Often, when people report such suspicious files, they expect the whole kahuna to be identified as malicious. Even if it's pretty much a 50-50, thing, the good guys often relent to pressure since "the other competitior detected it" or "don't sweat the small stuff... just do them all", which is brought by, well, consumer demand.
 

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I realize now

I had given the wrong reason [email protected]@@k .dll was used for. it is used to see if the button you press corrosponds with the key you chose for your trainer, and is not malicious, even though adware/spyware programs may pick it up as that.

Btw, is it possible to write a game trainer in visual basic? If so where can I find a tutorial on how to create a game in visual basic? Thanks
 

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That was the purpose I had in mind. Author probably didn't want to make his own hooker. Not a simple feat.

VB trainer? Hm... I'm not a VB person, but for as long as you can access memory directly, yes you can.
 

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Xtreme2damax said:
I have recently downloaded trainer maker kit v1.51 from a website, so I can start making my own trainers to cheat on my games. The only thing I am worried about is that it makes a hotkey file that is spelled like [email protected]@[email protected] .dll or something of that sort, and is detected by my adaware program as adware, TAC rating 5. I read somewhere that this hot key file does not cause harm to any PC, It's only a hot key file for keybinding cheats. I thought I would Ask someone here that might of used this Trainer maker kit, so I could be reasured if this is alright to install. When I installed it Before I restored my computer, It did not seem to cause any harm or slow my pc down.

Another Question, is there a free program where I can make my own windowsblinds, to enhance my desktop? If there is can someone link me to it, thanks.




Sorry if this is in the wrong section, I did not know where else to post it, Any mod, feel free to move it if you must. :D
To tell you how GAY anti virus is check this out. I wrote a custom dll key hook to send keys via a shortcut key. Most virus scanner call it a trojan trying to steal your cc# norton is stupid and think anything that tries to hook the keyboard is a trojan. Im not saying that program isnt a trojan but I know from coding my own stuff how GAY norton is.

As for coding trainers in VB try looking info up on peek and poke.
 

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ChaosCode said:
To tell you how GAY anti virus is check this out. I wrote a custom dll key hook to send keys via a shortcut key. Most virus scanner call it a trojan trying to steal your cc# norton is stupid and think anything that tries to hook the keyboard is a trojan. Im not saying that program isnt a trojan but I know from coding my own stuff how GAY norton is.

As for coding trainers in VB try looking info up on peek and poke.
Norton was just smart enough to use heuristics. Other AVs will tag that as a Trojan/Spyware too if it gets out a bit, unless you're a big company which they'd be hesitant to take on.

Call it gay, but I call it "bowing down to user demands". ;)
 
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