Absolutely, I'm leaning towards just getting it as it's not that much more than just getting the standalone and I feel it will help having more resources while learning and starting out to be more enthused about continuing to develop future projects even if I end up not using the extras I get now in them.I think you'll be the only person who can really answer if it's going to be a good deal or not.
No, because that file was never infected at all (and as such not reported by most AVs)Did you guys fix the virus issue with the download link or file for RPG Maker MV 1.5.1 here in this topic? Has anybody else got a virus from downloading and installing RPG Maker MV 1.5.1 through the thread download link?
No, because that file was never infected at all (and as such not reported by most AVs)
It's called a false positive and is due to the heuristic search functions of AV programs, and usually solved by the next AV-update, when they update their heuristic patterns.
AV is short for "anti virus".I do not fully understand what you mean by a false positive, heuristic search functions, AV programs, AV update, or heuristic patterns but thank you for your response! I do now understand that the file was never infected with a virus.
AV is short for "anti virus".
For the computer, everything is numbers - programs, pictures, music, data, everything.
AntiVirus programs search for viruses by searching for certain sequences of numbers that would initiate a virus if executed as programs. However the same numbers could stand for certain pixelsequences in pictures or for strange sounds in music or so on.
If an AntiVirus finds a number sequence that triggers it to believe in a virus but that is part of data and never executed, that is a false positive - a false detection of something that is no virus as a virus.