Space Beast Terror Fright

Space Beast Terror Fright

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Cobalttungsten Jul 9 @ 10:08am 
If you're having other issues let me know, I used to do Network reparing for a company a few years back and I can try to suss out what's causing the issues.

(Final Note: Remember, ALL Antiviruses are fallible and prone to glitches and false-flags. Although it is important to note where not all Red Flags are really dangerous or even a viral program at all, but if you are getting an odd number of False Flags, or your antivirus seems to not be working properly, it is quite possible your Antivirus is partially fragmented or has been affected by a virus. If you think your Antivirus is behaving improperly then bring your computer in to a technician so they can scan it with another unaffected comuter to help you deal with the problem. Thank you all for your time.)
Cobalttungsten Jul 9 @ 10:08am 
3. In the "Protection" tab, there's an option at the bottom labeled "Automatic Quarantine". This means anything thought to be unwanted, without permission, will be quarantined unless it's under the "Exclusions". If you don't want to mess with the "Exclusions" or "Active Scanning" then you can just turn this bit off. When "Automatic Quarantine" is turned off, it will get your input on how best to handle each individual file. So, even if it's not excluded or still actively scanned, this will allow you to let it through every time it comes up. Just means more tedious work when other files pop up.
Cobalttungsten Jul 9 @ 10:08am 
2. Go into Malwarebytes and click the tab "Exclusions". From there you can "Add Exclusion", and when there click "Folder" and not "File". Click your "Steam" files and put them under the Exclusion list. Once there anything you download will be excluded from Malwarebytes' scanning. Once you have the game downloaded, add that specific game under the exclusion using the "File" button, then feel free to reinclude Steam as a whole. That game will now be protected from Malwarebytes.
Cobalttungsten Jul 9 @ 10:07am 
Okay, everyone who is dealing with Malwarebytes false flagging your .exe file for this game here's an important few tips:

1. Disable "Active Scanning" when downloading this game. If you don't it will take the .exe and lock it away. This is because the game itself is designed to LEARN how the player plays, and it tries to react accordingly. Because of this reason the Malwarebytes System will identify it as a Anomalous Codified Executable, or something that is akin to a "Worm" program designed to adapt to your various systems. In short, either temporarily disable Malwarebytes or completely disable "Active Scanning".
nornware  [developer] Jul 8 @ 2:37pm 
Concerning the anti-virus false positive (as far as I know!), I did a super hard-core linux distribution anti-virus scan on all my dev machines recently and came up clean, so I'm really scratching my head on that issue... :(
VonWolfman Jul 8 @ 8:47am 
Very cool!
Mikro Jul 8 @ 4:57am 
found my problem. malwarebytes flags sbtf_pub.exe as malware (type: Machinelearning/anomalous.100%) no idea if anyone else is having that happen, but figured i'd post here anywho
SynthWeaver Jul 8 @ 2:53am 
HYPED!:steamhappy:
LtGecko Jul 7 @ 10:07pm 
Thanks for keeping this game updated! Really really enjoy playing this with my friends from time to time
Mikro Jul 7 @ 8:33pm 
are the game files missing for anyone else? the only thing in the install directory is an SBTF dll and a ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ of directx redistributables, there's not even an executable. verified and reinstalled twice, didn't seem to help :/