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 on: March 10, 2013, 11:19:16 pm 
Started by Chip - Last post by QwazyWabbit
The five avatar gestures in Quake2 are flipoff, salute, taunt, wave and point. Invoked with the wave command, "wave n" where n is 0 through 4.

 on: March 01, 2013, 02:07:30 am 
Started by Chip - Last post by DJ_MELERIX
what gestures ?

 on: February 23, 2013, 10:12:15 am 
Started by Chip - Last post by Chip
is there a way to disable gestures

or can the wave cvar be disabled

 on: February 21, 2013, 02:33:29 am 
Started by Elysium - Last post by Elysium
I guess this is just the reality of the situation then, I just wanted to throw the idea out there in case there was another way around the false detections.

In the future I'll make a point of asking people which AV software they are using when they mention anticheat.dll as being flagged, then report it accordingly.

 on: February 21, 2013, 02:15:04 am 
Started by Elysium - Last post by DJ_MELERIX
also you can confirm that the file is safe here:


 on: February 20, 2013, 05:18:28 pm 
Started by Elysium - Last post by R1CH
Maybe this list will help... http://www.techsupportalert.com/content/how-report-malware-or-false-positives-multiple-antivirus-vendors.htm

 on: February 20, 2013, 05:13:38 pm 
Started by Elysium - Last post by R1CH
Sadly anti-virus software is just broken. They aren't analyzing the actual file at all, they are just scared by the way it is packed and default to making up some scary sounding malware detection for it. I don't intend to change the packing method as it is working well, except for the fact that anti-virus software is broken. The DLL has not changed for some time as updates can be done server-side now, so maybe if we submit enough false positive reports it will get fixed... I tried that some versions ago and got bored very fast Smiley.

 on: February 20, 2013, 04:59:22 pm 
Started by Elysium - Last post by DJ_MELERIX
I reported the anticheat.dll to Kaspersky labs, and now is not considered a virus/trojan anymore Wink

 on: February 10, 2013, 05:02:37 pm 
Started by Elysium - Last post by Elysium
From what I understand, some AV scanners don't like how the file is packed. I presume this is to prevent people from trying to hack the DLL. It could be that there is no other way of doing this without getting flagged by certain AV software, I just thought it might be worth looking into.

For now I've removed anticheat.dll from my installer and added an option to download it from the anticheat website instead. I just think it's unfortunate that new players may be scared off when their AV software tells them that they have malware on their system. The situation is made worse when servers require anticheat to connect, or deny newer clients unless they anticheat, which keeps many people locked into using the anticheat system with outdated clients.

 on: February 09, 2013, 08:20:46 am 
Started by Elysium - Last post by DJ_MELERIX
even if R1CH modify the file, later the AV will identify the new file again as malware o another related thing.

so, the only way to solve this, is reporting or submit the anticheat.dll file to Antivirus developers or manufacturers, explaining that is not a malware, is just an anticheat used by Quake II R1Q2 Client, also you can show them a link to this website, demostrating that is a trustable file.

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