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By xator91, Recognized Themer on 2nd February 2011, 10:09 PM
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New version of multiloader v5.65, this version is improved Test It

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3rd February 2011, 10:53 AM |#2  
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... this version use in the win 7 ... because win 7 not visible screen with MTL 5.64 ... by psycoy ...
3rd February 2011, 10:57 AM |#3  
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this program says: ----Interface was improved by Xenon----
its just a modification of MultiLoader 5.64 or its an official version?... or just the changelog its the GUI modification?
anyway... it looks so good!
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Attention.

Original.
5.62 and 5.64 are over 100 KB... also my 5.65.

Original 5.65 attached here.


@ xator91

Please tell us differences, what is improved?
Filesize?


Btw.:
I not use 5.65 at all.
As my 5.64 runs very stable at Win XP SP3 to flash S8500.

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3rd February 2011, 02:52 PM |#6  
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Adfree Hello, I also use version 5.64, this version 5.65 posted by
me, have only new GUI.

psycoy, is absolutely not true that 5.65 solves the problems with Windows 7, because I
I use the Windows 7 and 5.64.

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... for the reason of my answer I invite you to read here ... http://www.badanation.de/topic.php?t=2963&page=1 ...
8th March 2011, 01:55 AM |#8  
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Originally Posted by adfree

Attention.

Original.
5.62 and 5.64 are over 100 KB... also my 5.65.

Original 5.65 attached here.

There's a big difference indeed:
V5.65 ~50KB: Virustotal.com online check reports some malware
V5.65 you posted (>100KB): no malware reported by Virustotal.com

Some doubts it's been filled with malware and compressed...
9th March 2011, 01:45 AM |#9  
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adfree can you post your version of 5.64 here? Thanks mate.

This modified version of 5.65 is nice. Looks like "Xenon" cleaned up the interface and the layout is nicer. For those interested, you can do this using Resource Hacker. As for containing viruses, modding a program doesn't inject anything. Often it's simply a packed .EXE file that the virus scanners detect as a virus. But in reality often it's a false positive and lazy scanning, as they detect it's been packed, and then just assume it's a virus/trojan.

As for this particular modded 5.65, as to whether it contains a virus, it came up clean when I scanned it at my end.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by KrazyKong

As for containing viruses, modding a program doesn't inject anything. Often it's simply a packed .EXE file that the virus scanners detect as a virus. But in reality often it's a false positive and lazy scanning, as they detect it's been packed, and then just assume it's a virus/trojan.

Modern AVs can scan and even unpack compressed exe files without troubles, belive me. Since the other versions than that provided by adfree (clean) have been reported as suspicious by 6 AV engines (not just 1, though false positives are always possible) my advice is to not risk just for a nice looking GUI.
You can test the files by yourself with virus online check services like Jotti.org or Virustotal...
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