Edited by likecyber at 4-12-2017 08:51 |
Hello viniciuspt! I'm glad it helped.
I have tried to scan it with my Windows Defender but it found nothing. (as attached screenshot showing below)
I scanned Installer on VirusTotal.com, seem Microsoft (Windows Defender?) doesn't detect it as trojan.
But after all, Installer itself looks like trojan for some Antivirus softwares.
(Click here to view VirusTotal result for Installer)
I also scanned the software itself on VirusTotal.com, it is detected as trojan by 'Jiangmin' Antivirus.
I have searched on Google and found it is normal for compiled AutoHotkey script.
(Click here to view VirusTotal result for Software)
I have no idea how to fix any of these, because it is happen by 'AutoHotkey' and 'Install Creator Pro 2' softwares.
If you compiled the script and put it in Startup folder without enable anything from menu, that'll be fine.
But if you once enable anything, it'll create 'config.ini' file in Startup folder.
That mean it will run 'config.ini' at Startup too, which is annoying.
I recommend you to move the compiled .exe to somewhere,
Create shortcut of it then move the shortcut into Startup folder.
It will no longer create create/use 'config.ini' file in Startup folder.
No more annoying 'config.ini' running at Startup.
Hope this will be useful.