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Nicholas Collins
Nicholas Collins

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I dont use these softwares except for testing and vulnerabilities research. My advice is NEVER trust them. If people used a restricted user account on Windows, let the system and applications always up to date and specially, didnt open any kind of files they receive like pictures.exe (very well known social engeneering used by malware) which surely is something malicious then they wouldnt need an Antivirus since 99.9999% of the infections are the users fault and not a critical remote vulnerability that was exploited by a recently coded worm/virus .

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About Christophers case, it can be some code in either the installation packager, which tries to modify a vital system file (to install game drivers or something like that) that the AV survelliances on, or it can be code which detect keypresses in game via hooks, which the AV thinks is a keylogger.

I am a Windows XP user and have not run any antivirus program for years. They all caused more trouble than they were worth. How can people run these antivirus and not know this? I simply have ZoneAlarm firewall installed. I have no idea whether it is working or not, except it claims to scan any files I download.

1) publishing the md5 and sha1 checksum of each file by each developer is good2) code signing your applications and installers using an Authtenticode key which many ssl companies offer. Comodo, thawte and others like Verisign.

In my WPF application i placed a password for my database file in the app.config for encryption purpose (not everyone can open my database). When i try to access the ConnectionStringsSection where the password is placed in code, Kaspersky warns that my exe tries to access the protected password storage. So basically im not allowed to access my own app.config.

Actually for anti-virus programs releasing the source code is not enough, because even the program was directly compiled from source code it can get picked up. Norton at least seems to base this on how fast file names are changing or something? Seems rather unrelated to open-ness of code.

Bug Fix: Fixed incorrect encoding on UHT boilerplate source files generated from a nativized Blueprint class header file with Unicode characters in one or more Blueprint function names.

New: When generating visual studio project files, projects with multiple editor targets will now use the default editor target config setting, if it exists, to determine which editor target should be added to the main project file. All others will generate separate projects inside the VS solution.

New: Code templates can now be easily added to Plugins using the UClassTemplateEditorSubsystem. Class template .h/.cpp files can be added to the plugin's Content/Templates subdirectory. By implementing a child class of UPluginClassTemplate in a plugin's Editor module, developers can override the default code UClass generation of their given class provided by the Class Generation Wizard.

Bug Fix: Changed ARKit to use the material-based method for camera image color space conversion and rendering. The material-based code path is enabled by MATERIAL_CAMERAIMAGE_CONVERSION=1 in the Build.cs file. The CIContext based method can still be enabled with MATERIAL_CAMERAIMAGE_CONVERSION=0, but it is mostly kept for testing purposes.

String Tables provide a way to centralize your localized text into one (or several) known locations, and then reference the entries within a string table from other assets or code in a robust way that allows for easy re-use of localized text. String Tables can be defined in C++, loaded via CSV file, or created as an asset.

Bugfix: Fixed issues with Blueprint nativization where it didn't correctly include headers necessary for owners of subobjects, and instances where all modules needed by the generated code weren't being founds. This fixes one cause of "Cannot open include file" errors when packaging with Blueprint Nativization enabled.

Added Config/[PlatformName]/ConfidentialPlatform.ini files so that the DP loading code knows to look in their directories for DPs. See FGenericPlatformMisc::GetConfidentialPlatforms() for more information.

New: Added functionality to use the visual studio mobile projects for debugging. To generate them run "generateprojectfiles.bat -vsdebugandroid" from a command prompt. After you have packaged your game for Development and put it on the device, you can set this new project as the start up project and run/debug the project in Visual Studio.

New: When compiling a module written in include-what-you-use style, source files which are in the adaptive non-unity working set are now built with precompiled headers disabled, to expose errors with missing headers. Set bAdaptiveUnityDisablesPCH to false in BuildConfiguration.xml to disable this behavior.

Added Config/[PlatformName]/ConfidentialPlatform.ini files so that the DP loading code knows to look in their directories for DPs. See the GetConfidentialPlatforms() function in GenericPlatformMisc for more information.

The constructor for ModuleRules-derived classes in .build.cs files should be updated to take a ReadOnlyTargetRules instance, which should be forwarded to the base class. This class contains the same properties as the previous TargetInfo argument, plus all the target-specific settings previously stored in the global BuildConfiguration and UEBuildConfiguration classes. Compatibility shims for accessing these objects will be removed in a future release. The WITH_FORWARDED_MODULE_RULES_CTOR preprocessor definition is now defined, which allows writing code which is compatible with multiple engine versions.


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