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  1. 19 hours ago, Rose said:

    Yes, you run the game, then the trainer, then you press the hotkey in the main menu and that's it. If already playing, you'd also have to follow the Render Resolution instruction of the trainer. As for the false flagging, it's common and affects all trainers built on CE components. If reasonably paranoid, you can submit it to your AV vendor by following the links in the article I shared. The chances are the vendor will update their database to no longer flag it as malicious.

    Thanks again for the quick assist. 
    As for the antivirus detection, it was windows defender that ate it, so the antivirus every PC user has as default.  I submitted it to them for further analysis.   Kaspersky and Malwarebytes didn't detect it but bitdefender, Macafee and Symantec did.   I assume it is because, as you mention, it is a memory hack which is a very virus-like behavior.  Ran it in Virustotal.com/gui and see that a number of it think it is like cheat/game hack engines viruses (which would make sense). 
    https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/a64ea61009223adc6904381de0a513a86b7c88060095c759d5ec0afbe22b73f3/detection

  2. 10 minutes ago, Rose said:

    Most Microsoft Store apps do not allow to edit the files. I just uploaded a newly made trainer to memory hack that version of Control and achieve the same thing.

    Thank you for the quick reply and assistance!   For the windows store version, it would just be running the exe, not doing the other steps then? 
    That is really the second question, the first is: Any idea why this is being flagged as a known virus?  Windows immediately flagged and ate it.   "Detected: Trojan:Win32/CryptInject!ml"

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