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    Anti Virus Suddenly Detecting Bots as a Threat?

    Are the bots no longer safe.

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    i think your anti virus is bipolar

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    You should list stuff like what antivirus, and post pictures of what its saying and stuff like that.

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    I think sticky is trying to hack your computer.
    He is an extortionist hacker.


    In all seriousness, the bots do take control of your mouse when you start them on auto and some AV thinks that's someone trying to hack your computer. Pics of what's showing up would help figure out the actual problem though.
    new life, who this

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    Quote Originally Posted by WatchMeWin View Post
    In all seriousness, the bots do take control of your mouse when you start them on auto and some AV thinks that's someone trying to hack your computer. Pics of what's showing up would help figure out the actual problem though.
    Not at all... It's due to the lengths Bot-Supply takes to protect their bots' codes. Anti-Viruses don't recognise it and generally flag it, it happens to most small software companies.
    Last edited by Scarecrow; 06-12-2014 at 08:00 AM.

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