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Says virus detected. Pretty much trojan horses and other stuf... (using AVG), or is this false-positive?

Copy any paste that code up there into a notepad and save it as "anything.bat" and run it. I'm also about to upload the .bat files.
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Says virus detected. Pretty much trojan horses and other stuf... (using AVG), or is this false-positive?

Malwarebyte's(Pro if it matters) doesn't detect anything.

https://www.virustotal.com/file/cf7385d7c32da0b37dbb97621fb9862f8720057d413b7bc41e03c521f02543c1/analysis/1359283424/
https://www.virustotal.com/file/1ec0381f790362f44084283d50c45f67cfb4e7e9b194b140ada761147633adb4/analysis/1359283614/

VirusTotal gives it a 4/44 though when it is an exe but 0/44 when a .bat(no surprise).

WHen I compile the .bat to an .exe to myself it gets a 4/46 again for all of the exact same things
https://www.virustotal.com/file/aac20db5e5a22445c4468996e6f7adc054d2ea0b2e2ea9e6870e75bdfabda0b5/analysis/1359283751/

Silvercast's file is EXACTLY the same size as my file so it doesn't seem like the .exe/.bat differ at all. Hell, I wouldn't be surprised if we were using the same tool. Haha.

It's probably just picking out a pattern in the code or something. O_o
Edited by Ryleh - 1/27/13 at 2:52am
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Malwarebyte's(Pro if it matters) doesn't detect anything.

Ya know, this is the second thread I've made about software that people have wined about viruses, seriously, I'm not an evil person who is intent on eating your systemz. I just like software related stuff.
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50k on the same sleekbook: 713036. Good or bad..?
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Hmmm, interesting program. What does it really test?

I got 10029 on my i7 2600k @ 4.3ghz and ripsjaws+hyperX 1600mhz...
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Hmmm, interesting program. What does it really test?

I got 10029 on my i7 2600k @ 4.3ghz and ripsjaws+hyperX 1600mhz...

Batch files run as fast as your computer can run them, they don't have a processing cap. So the lower your score is the faster your processor is running.
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I don't even know yet, I haven't been able to compare any stats yet with anyone. my 50k scores were about 140000 higher than yours. Just need more people to give up some batchtime and post what they got. Then we'll know what is good/bad.
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Batch files run as fast as your computer can run them, they don't have a processing cap. So the lower your score is the faster your processor is running.

I think your program needs to be cleaned a bit, I got random scores that varie from 6900 to 13500...
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I think your program needs to be cleaned a bit, I got random scores that varie from 6900 to 13500...

I wasn't able to work that out at all. I tried. I don't know where that comes from, I haven't been able to isolate it, even working on it for 3 hours solid.
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I wasn't able to work that out at all. I tried. I don't know where that comes from, I haven't been able to isolate it, even working on it for 3 hours solid.

Like you can see, I'm developper from a bench myself. I'm working on it for 1 year right now (maybe a bit less) but I only encountered that problem running more then 1 thread. (but I got it stable now)
Try locking threads if batch allows you to.
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