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Annoying Antivirus Problem ;(

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SNewbie

My antivirus keeps deleting my autoit scripts because they have "autoit packers" is there any way i can compile my autoit scripts so that they wont be deleted, or so they wont show "autoit packers"?

i'm on my parents computer as a limited account and cant remove the antivirus program ;\ its driving me nuts someone please help, thanks

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McDope

in scite you can choose with which compression lvl the exe should be packed.

if you set it to 0 the antivirus should be shut up :D


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big_daddy

My antivirus keeps deleting my autoit scripts because they have "autoit packers" is there any way i can compile my autoit scripts so that they wont be deleted, or so they wont show "autoit packers"?

i'm on my parents computer as a limited account and cant remove the antivirus program ;\ its driving me nuts someone please help, thanks

You could add "autoit packers" to the exception list of the av program.

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herewasplato

...is there any way i can compile my autoit scripts so that they wont be deleted, or so they wont show "autoit packers"?...

I noticed this in the Change Log for the v3.1.1.128 (beta) version:

Added : /nopack command line parameter added to Aut2Exe. This disables UPX packing from the command line. (by Valik)

You might try that... let us know.


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SNewbie

You could add "autoit packers" to the exception list of the av program.

i talked with my parents and they got it for me

thanks for the help guys :D

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