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    Expack3 reacted to Aemony in Blue Fire ultrawide fix and FOV changer   
    Hi, modern day anti-malware suites work more and more on machine learning, which means it uses a dumb algorithm to determine whether a file is malicious or not based on how much similarity it has to actual malware. As far as I can tell this is what the "!ml" at the end means -- it's a match based on a machine learned algorithm that was trained on malicious and non-malicious files (but apparently without any modding related files in the data set it was trained on...).
    As a result, and as mentioned in the file description, basically any file that uses CheatEngine components to manipulate the memory of another process tend to get flagged as malicious by the machine learning algorithm since, well... I imagine it is because it changes the memory of another process... Which is exactly what it was designed to do and what players want it to do...
    Rose has a long history of creating and uploading CheatEngine based mods to PCGamingWiki, so they are as "legit" as one can be in today's environment where false positives of gaming related mods/patches are a dime a dozen, though ultimately it's up to you whether you want to run the tool or not. 
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    Expack3 got a reaction from Rose in Superliminal ultrawide patcher (obsolete, part of the game now)   
    Tested, gives Hor+ on full EGS version using 1920x810. (Weird, I know, but it's the closest I can get to 21:9 aspect ratio on my laptop's monitor.)
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