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Linked patch on NFS: Porsche Unleashed trips VirusTotal


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It would be better to actually share the VirusTotal link as actual proof.

Currently analyzing it via Hybrid-analysis and it shown no issues there. https://www.hybrid-analysis.com/sample/d972d450cfe3e7d17158f34812749bbfbc4d32275189985400b639c1b792ce17

Also, do note that a lot of anti-viruses are very conservative, and seemingly alert and block executables affecting memory, even if it's intended or not, as well as .dll's that do such, such as external reshades or injectors which affect the game process, so this is actually pretty common with mods and community patches.

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I have removed the section since it ultimately were just a copy of another mod already listed on the page, one that is otherwise behind a Patreon paywall. It was piracy of a mod, effectively, which is against PCGW's policy.

I've also moved down the mod in question to Other Information as I don't really see that we can on good concious recommend a mod locked behind a paywall as "essential".

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@poorpockets mcnewhold https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/c7e746041cc71ce57d4e241b91b04ecac56ea54eceff11ed17bd738983ddceb3

I know false positives happen with these things, that's why I asked. Usually I'd check the rep of the developer, but with just a Mega link there was nothing to check.

@Aemony thank you. The "official" link doesn't work for me though, https://verokster.blogspot.com/2019/11/need-for-speed-porsche-unleashed-patch.html

says "There's nothing here!". (you need to select all to see that text as it's black and in the black box)

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19 minutes ago, BRR said:

I know false positives happen with these things, that's why I asked. Usually I'd check the rep of the developer, but with just a Mega link there was nothing to check.

Btw, PCGW does not and cannot make any guarantees about links or files posted on the site. Past that it's basically anyone's guess whether something is "safe" or not.

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