Not even going to hold back.
Let’s be honest here. A talented programmer able to develop networking code doesn’t notice a virus alert of his own program? Obviously he does, and the most important fact: he knows why.
yes, programmers who program viruses know they are viruses.
If im building a trap and putting it inside of a box I would indeed know about the trap.
the chances of me accidentally building a trap while building anything besides a trap would be very very low.
none of your statement is sensible, and almost makes me believe you dont understand that a virus doesnt happen accidentally.
its not like the programmer is just coding dirty and infects the code with germs that create viruses.
a virus is code SPECIFICALLY intended to do something that you dont want. its entirely on purpose.
yes. if i make a virus i will know there is a virus.
if i make a cake i will know there is a cake.
what exactly needed to be clarified with honesty?
I found astonishing no one complained about this, so I searched and then I came into a post from October 2014 where another user mentioned that his antivirus didn’t go along well with the server.exe, and Seth answered something like “There’s no virus. Are you really gonna doubt my word? Trust me.”
Now the user from India guarantees there’s no virus, but, like Seth, he doesn’t provide any information related to the issue. If I’ve learned something in my life is that only a con man would ask you to believe his word without giving proof. They both share the same signature so they obviously work together.
life isnt so black and white that if someone doesnt provide proof they’re a con man. How exactly did you even expect someone to give proof that their entire code had no viruses in it? did you want him to go line by line and explain the function of each piece of code? for those who dont know how to code he could just lie. for those who do know how to code, THE PROGRAM IS OPEN SOURCE.
if you think there is a virus feel free to go look for it.
the signature is from a game. Seth runs the game and the other guy plays the game. a lot of people have runescape signatures so clearly they’re all in a cult plotting to grow code viruses.
Why he hasn’t fixed it yet? He’s looking for a way to cover up that code and make it 100% undetectable, and until he does that it’s better for him not to say a word, keep it low profile because the less people keeping track of it the better. He aims for new users with his businessman mentality so the server will become malware clean eventually.
You’re using words you dont understand and its painfully obvious. the code he’s “covering up” is open source. ALL of the code is there for you to read. there is no way to cover something when you have the entire program given to you uncompiled. 100% undetectable virus is impossible, and even if that was the goal he’d more likely create the super mega virus THEN put it into the open source program that anyone can read and easily find super mega ultimate virus.
here is a link for you.
you are accusing seth, of hiding a virus in a program that anyone can see and keeping it hidden until it stops being a virus but its still a virus thats 100% undetectable.
The truth is I already know what is going on (thank you reverse engineering), and I know why he won’t ever confess.
no. you dont. but if you DO! why dont you explain? are you a con man too? if you dont explain you’re a con man.
This was his argument in October:
And the fact that you shouldn’t care if the server has a virus or not based upon the findings of AVs. The client is the only thing you should be scanning. There’s not going to be a virus in a program I compile that is also open-source.
I will let you guys judge the strength of his argument by asking two questions: 1. Shouldn’t we really care if the server has a virus? 2. Since when releasing source code changes anything? Even I could shorten/enlarge a random piece of code in SOURCECODE-PUBLIC so I could introduce an extra in SOURCECODE-PRIVATE but the size of both packages remains the same even in a byte level after I compile SOURCECODE-PUBLIC and release it for downloading.
it seems that english isnt your first language so id really suggest you dont try to argue in english anywhere even if you actually know what you’re talking about at the time. open source. the code in its entirety is there for you to read. no clue what you’re talking about otherwise.