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Hello, brand new forum member here. I just wanted to ask a question that's been bugging me for a while now: Is it possible to exclude an entire category of detections from Malwarebytes Premium? I ask because I use memory-resident programs called 'trainers' that modify the values of a game's RAM to cheat or mod, like infinite health or super jump. Real time protection and scans always classify these as malware and remove them on detection, which is reasonable. But, if I actually want to use these programs I either have to exclude each folder or file manually or exclude the root Downloads folder, which opens my system up by a large margin. So, could I for example, add all 'CheatTool.CETTrainer' or 'Riskware.*' detections to a whitelist and prevent them from being remediated?
Hello; first time writing and i'm in a quandary. I love to play shooter games but not very good at it so when i can, i find console commands or use -devmode and when that fails, i find a trainer for the game. This go around, for the game alan wake american nightmare, the trainers i've found are flagged by MB. I read that mostly these are false positives. I don't know how you can tell this from a real virus so i've been deleting those flagged ones. Now i've run out of trainer options. The thing MB picks up is called Hacktool.e (can't see the whole name in taskmanager) probably it's hacktool.exe. Anyway i'm afraid to launch the trainer cause i've had enough of infections and don't want to take anymore chances. What do i need to do in this instance? The offending file comes from GameCopyWorld and is named Alan Wake's: American Nightmare v1.03.17.1781 +9 TRAINER 28-07-2013 by GRIZZLY Thanks guys WP