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10-26-2009 @ 5:42PM
Just thinking of NCsoft and Aion makes me angry. I had two of their games one worked fine the other I got a warning on patch day that it was trying to download a trojan onto my machine!! I contacted the help after searching long for their email and their hours and they were incredibly rude. They said it was a common problem that it was likely nothing, but I've been playing computer games for many many years and never saw a message like that. before I don't like how Blizzard does everything, but there's no beating WoW right now especially if their biggest competition is NCcrapsoftware.
10-26-2009 @ 5:51PM
Um, you can't really blame NCsoft for the poor quality of your malware detector.
10-26-2009 @ 7:03PM
I was trying out Avira antivirus and it claimed that the installer for TBC was a Trojan during a full hard disk scan -- I had installed the expansion months earlier. I reported the false positive to Avira and they confirmed it in a couple days. The next definitions came out and the file scanned as clean. You have to take these things with a grain of salt. Maybe NCSoft could have been less "rude" but they had a reason for not taking you too seriously. AVs are not infallible and some are notorious for false positives. I no longer use Avira, BTW.
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