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There is nothing attached. Can you give details please of the issue you have?
How big is this txt file you are trying to attach? If very large, perhaps zip it first.

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Sorry for the top post. I tried posting yesterday, but it wouldn't let me, even with generic titles and bodies. So just pretend this reply is the main post:

Is this gamehack a Trojan or not?

If you're curious why I'm hacking in a multiplayer game, I just want to test it out, I have no plans on abusing it against other players. This hack is made for Destiny 2.

The Hack comes from perfectaim.io; they seem decently reputable and looks like they are a legitimate business.

On their guidepage they state that antiviruses will detect the Hack as a Trojan (Trojan:Win32/Wacatac.D!ml to be exact), Windows Defender also detects it as such.

Users in their chat are also reporting Blue Screens of Death, but it's unsure if they're downloading whatever or if the Hack causes it.

However, MalwareBytes comes back as clean.

Hesitant all around. So I'm leaving it up to the community to decide if the Hack is malware or an actual product. And please, no pep talks.

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Thanks. This time attachment worked. Let me take a look. 
Just for future reference, if you are attaching actual programs, they need to be zipped first. The forum will not allow attaching bare executable files - just gives us who have to handle them a bit of extra protection.

 

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You have a link to the site that describes what this software does? Please when posting link replace the http with hxxp (Not because I think this particular site is dangerous, it is just standard procedure)

Thanks!

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9 hours ago, blender said:

You have a link to the site that describes what this software does? Please when posting link replace the http with hxxp (Not because I think this particular site is dangerous, it is just standard procedure)

Thanks!

Of course, here:

hxxp://perfectaim.io/cheats/destiny-2/

hxxp://perfectaim.io/help/

hxxp://perfectaim.io/help/guides/basic-troubleshooting-guide 

The Troubleshooting Guide suggests turning off all User Protection. I asked the dev about if it's malware, he said that it doesn't make sense to infect customers, and that they have a reputation to maintain. I searched for perfectaim and couldn't find any negative press or if they're a scam.

If you need a key, just PM me and I'll share it.

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Hello, thanks.

We've had a look and it appears to be harmless. Many AV though consider "Gamehack" software to be risky. Software like this, one needs to trust the source.

We won't be detecting this application.

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18 minutes ago, blender said:

Hello, thanks.

We've had a look and it appears to be harmless. Many AV though consider "Gamehack" software to be risky. Software like this, one needs to trust the source.

We won't be detecting this application.

What are some precautions I should take before running the program? If is infectious, how can I clean my PC from it?

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It is not infectious. It will run fine with MBAM. I think Defender lets you exclude files so you might have to do that.
Most AV (especially those with heuristics) detect cheat tools as potentially unwanted, risky, etc. Kinda like keygens.

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On 3/17/2020 at 4:54 PM, blender said:

It is not infectious. It will run fine with MBAM. I think Defender lets you exclude files so you might have to do that.
Most AV (especially those with heuristics) detect cheat tools as potentially unwanted, risky, etc. Kinda like keygens.

Windows Defender has come up with a new detection from the same hack.

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I searched it up and it often comes up as a false positive for a cracked game or software. Still safe? MalwareBytes still thinks so, but it's always better safe than sorry.

 

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On 3/17/2020 at 4:54 PM, blender said:

 

Hey, just hopping in again.

 

My display driver hard-crashed to black and didn't reboot until multiple tries later. I'm unsure if this has to do with Intel updating, Windows, or if the hack contained a trojan. Can you recheck?

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That's one of the (many) problems with game hacks. They use unstable process injection that can result in all sorts of unrelated issues. I personally wouldn't recommend you use this aim bot.

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