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MicroWorld-eScan (v 14.0.409.0) Suspicious Gen:Variant.Application.Downloader.UBot.1 4/29/2022
CMC (v 2.10.2019.1) Clean 10/26/2021
CAT-QuickHeal (v 14.00) Clean 4/29/2022
McAfee (v Suspicious Artemis!97B97618F1BB 4/29/2022
Malwarebytes (v Suspicious Malware.AI.1986348142 4/29/2022
Sangfor (v Clean 4/15/2022
K7AntiVirus (v 12.9.42079) Suspicious Unwanted-Program ( 004d91601 ) 4/29/2022
Alibaba (v Clean 5/27/2019
K7GW (v 12.9.42081) Suspicious Unwanted-Program ( 004d91601 ) 4/29/2022
Cybereason (v 1.2.449) Clean 3/30/2021
Baidu (v Clean 3/18/2019
VirIT (v 9.5.185) Clean 4/29/2022
Cyren (v Suspicious W32/Trojan.PFIU-7534 4/29/2022
Symantec (v Clean 4/29/2022
Elastic (v 4.0.35) Clean 3/2/2022
ESET-NOD32 (v 25187) Suspicious a variant of MSIL/Ubot.D potentially unsafe 4/29/2022
APEX (v 6.286) Suspicious Malicious 4/28/2022
Avast (v 21.1.5827.0) Clean 4/29/2022
ClamAV (v Clean 4/29/2022
Kaspersky (v Suspicious Trojan.MSIL.Crypt.ctzp 4/29/2022
BitDefender (v 7.2) Suspicious Gen:Variant.Application.Downloader.UBot.1 4/29/2022
NANO-Antivirus (v Suspicious Trojan.Win32.Crypt.fbsmbo 4/29/2022
SUPERAntiSpyware (v Clean 4/23/2022
Tencent (v Suspicious Msil.Trojan.Crypt.Hvjd 4/29/2022
Ad-Aware (v Clean 4/29/2022
Sophos (v Suspicious Generic Reputation PUA (PUA) 4/29/2022
Comodo (v 34575) Clean 4/29/2022
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DrWeb (v Clean 4/29/2022
Zillya (v Suspicious Trojan.Generic.Win32.1067514 4/29/2022
TrendMicro (v Clean 4/29/2022
McAfee-GW-Edition (v v2019.1.2+3728) Suspicious PUP-GHT 4/29/2022
FireEye (v Suspicious Gen:Variant.Application.Downloader.UBot.1 4/29/2022
Emsisoft (v 2021.5.0.7597) Suspicious Gen:Variant.Application.Downloader.UBot.1 (B) 4/29/2022
SentinelOne (v Clean 3/30/2022
GData (v A:25.32916B:27.27183) Suspicious Gen:Variant.Application.Downloader.UBot.1 4/29/2022
Jiangmin (v 16.0.100) Suspicious 4/28/2022
Webroot (v Clean 4/29/2022
Avira (v Clean 4/29/2022
Antiy-AVL (v 3.0) Clean 4/29/2022
Kingsoft (v 2017.9.26.565) Clean 4/29/2022
Gridinsoft (v Suspicious Trojan.Win32.Miner.oa!s1 4/29/2022
Arcabit (v Clean 4/29/2022
ViRobot (v 2014.3.20.0) Clean 4/29/2022
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Microsoft (v 1.1.19200.5) Clean 4/29/2022
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AhnLab-V3 (v Clean 4/29/2022
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BitDefenderTheta (v 7.2.37796.0) Clean 4/28/2022
ALYac (v Suspicious Gen:Variant.Application.Downloader.UBot.1 4/29/2022
TACHYON (v 2022-04-29.02) Clean 4/29/2022
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Cylance (v Suspicious Unsafe 4/29/2022
Panda (v Clean 4/29/2022
Zoner (v Clean 4/29/2022
TrendMicro-HouseCall (v Clean 4/29/2022
Rising (v Clean 4/29/2022
Yandex (v Clean 4/28/2022
MAX (v 2019.9.16.1) Clean 4/29/2022
MaxSecure (v Suspicious Trojan.Malware.74297054.susgen 4/29/2022
Fortinet (v Clean 4/29/2022
Paloalto (v Clean 4/29/2022
CrowdStrike (v 1.0) Suspicious win/malicious_confidence_100% (W) 4/18/2022

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What are people saying about RPICheck

Bought DOS 1.1 During the install, Norton Security tagged the .exe file as a Virus/Trojan and deleted it.

Looking at BDJ's VirusCheck page for it, I see about 8 triggers including McAfee.

Any thoughts? (Other than running it in a VM.)

There's NFW I'm going to install something with that many hits and I'm surprised that BDJ would offer it.
Nov 19 2016 at 6:08am Copy Link
cliff User Because my software is considered "Unknown" by firewall/antivirus programs, they assign a false positive value to it.

Take a moment to do a google search for "false positive security" and you will find that it is very well documented.

The most common reason for false positives is when a software program has both incoming and outgoing internet connections (this software has both).

I am certainly not new in the industry - All of my software is of course clean and safe.
Locustware - Nov 19 2016 at 6:19am Copy Link
ForumGuru This software is available as PLR (Private Label Rights) from dozens of PLR, RR, and MRR sites around the net. In-fact after a single google search I found it for less than $3 sold with Master Resell Rights.

Yup, for $2.90 or less you can purchase the software and call it your own to resell, use, and/or give away.

Unfortunately, the $27 suggested retail price is an absolute joke.

Is BDJ in the habit of giving away pump and dump internet marketing PLR, MRR and RR?

I sure hope not. You can hit a PLR site and download this kind of stuff all day long for a trial fee of 99 cents for a week.

Ordinarily I am a big fan of BDJ offers but I am a bit disappointed to see a PLR/MLR product offered here.

If BDJ is looking for PLR and MRR products to giveaway give me a shout....I can find hundreds of 'sorta' useful programs to give away.
Nov 19 2016 at 9:28am Copy Link
cliff User Your comment sounds a little more like you want to discourage as many people as possible from getting it so that you have a larger market share as a plr provider.

Of course I don't blame you, but I also see no point in this post since the offer is to allow a person to have a free copy of this custom software during this promotion, and it is completely optional as to whether or not a person picks up plr rights on it.
Locustware - Nov 19 2016 at 9:35am Copy Link
ForumGuru LMAO ---> Nice try but not the least bit true.

#1) Just letting folks know the market value of this software is nowhere near the suggested retail price.

#2) I don't sell PLR....I sell images and have been in the stock image biz professionally for the past 15 years.

#3) As a general rule, software produced by Internet marketers are rarely supported long term. Sure, there are exceptions, and once in a while you can find an IMer that supports his stuff for longer than the launch period.

#4) Your assumption that I posted because I wanted more PLR market share is absurd...especially since I don't sell PLR software, RR software, or MRR software. Never have, probably never will.

#5) Maybe next time you may want to keep your untrue and unfounded suggestions to yourself.

#6) Your comment sounds like the only reason you offered this $3 software here is to collect emails and make an upsell. Sure collecting user info is fine....but depending on the price you are offering PLR for...peeps may be spending more with you than they would at the PLR/MRR directories.

So are you offering PLR or MRR rights as an upsell for less than $2.90?
Nov 19 2016 at 9:46am Copy Link
cliff User Bless your heart, I got you all worked up but I assure you it wasn't my intentions.

I hope you'll forgive me.

Of course none of what you have written, not a single solitary word changes anything at all about this offer.

The offer is to give people a copy of my software for free.

So, if you didn't pay for this software, and you indeed and fact received it for free... Then.... The offer was fulfilled properly, effectively and automatically!

Now, for those adventurous souls who want plr rights to it - They are presented with that opportunity. Not forced, merely presented.

I truly hope you have a great day! - Unfortunately I will not be able to continue fussing with you (no matter how fun it is for both of us) as I have a product launch currently in action and need to spend my time on that.
Locustware - Nov 19 2016 at 9:54am Copy Link
ForumGuru So how much are you offering PLR rights for? $27? $47? or $2.90? It's a relevant question....

Just in-case you may have forgotten...this is a deals site and I would hate to see someone pay more than $3 for PLR or MRR rights from you when they can get the rights for that price elsewhere by doing a simple google search.

No hard feelings, and no offense intended, and thanks for the freebie.

Best of luck.
Nov 19 2016 at 10:00am Copy Link
Bought DOS 1.1 FWIW, Cliff's actual salespage for this product gives a detailed description of how to raise authority on both Channel and individual videos. Surprisingly, it doesn't guarantee you can do it in 30 minutes.

That description doesn't cost either $2.90 or $27, so thanks Cliff!

PS. The reason I reported the malware warning was because I was so surprised that your software triggered one. I am aware of you and your products and have purchased directly from you in the past. I'll install on Boxie or similar and see if any dragons raise their heads.
Nov 19 2016 at 4:21pm Copy Link
cliff User No dragons in the in the mix I assure you. Thank you for you post, and please do come back and leave feedback again once you finish your dragon slayer quest!
Locustware - Nov 19 2016 at 5:14pm Copy Link
Bought DOS 1.1 FWIW...

Here's an update with a weird twist. I have access to one of the PLR rights sites and RPI Check just posted as a download. malware alerts. Installed (unzipped actually, doesn't seem to need installing) and no alerts.

So, I'm not why one version triggers and the other one didn't, but for now it's on my machine and my bank accounts are still intact. ;-)
Nov 22 2016 at 11:09pm Copy Link

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