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comwarrior

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#1 15 years ago

OK

I'm part of a group of clans thats started cleaning BC up. in my gaming DIR of BC I've clocked up 30MB of additional scripts that are not there in the same CLEAN version.

There for, we ask everyone that hosts server to host only CLEAN versions.

I have about 10 installs on BC on my PC totalling 8GB and includes 4 CLEAN servers and 4 DIRTY gaming dirs.

Now, all these additional scripts have got the be screwing BC up somewhere..... And they've got to be slowing game play down - How often have you jumped into a server and you've had to download yet MORE scripts?

Well, were starting off, all servers marked with CLEAN in their names are clean servers.

I hope I'll get everyons support.......

I'm also hosting clean scripts on my webserver however i've had to pull the 1.2b scripts due to an existing problem with the way BC compiles PY code causing file mismatches. I'm working on this on.

Take a look http://www.comwarrior.vze.com




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#2 15 years ago

...and please don't join any Games Tagged [FBCMP]. Thanks.




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#3 15 years ago

Any chance and admin could sticky this since and investigation was done and we found a back door trojen within the crap BC code. However, my AV software does not pick up on it therefor no one else will. Also, NAI and other av companies will not know about it since no one else did....... therefor how can AV software detect a trojen if it doesn't know the programming language nor of it's existance?

Defiant, what does FBCMP stand for?




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#4 15 years ago

FBCMP is my Multiplayer Project (scripting...)

Anti Virus scanners are normally searching Binaries (*.exe *.com) form typical sequences indicating a Virus/Trojan. Same for *.doc (Word) Documents etc. There are only a few Viruses scripted in Python (I guess Python as a programming language is not easy enough for most of the script-kiddys out there).

So most Av-scanners are not scanning these files, but where you found that trojan?