So for everyone who's complaining about some of the latest updates being detected as a virus, I uploaded the two common files that were being flagged to virustotal.com. An actual virus will usually be flagged by more than one anti-virus, and that's obviously not the case here. RDVDLL.dll https://www.virustotal.com/file/60ab...is/1339648425/ Yeti_Release.exe https://www.virustotal.com/file/bcd1...is/1339648620/ What's happening is simply a "false-positive". Some code, especially debugging and development code, looks suspicious to a lot of anti-virus programs when really it isn't. You will likely have to do the following to get your game running again:
- Set the entire Ghost Recon Online installation directory as an exception in your Anti-Virus client. This procedure is different for every Anti-Virus so you will need to look up how to do it on Google.
- Restrore the "infected" or "harmful" file (in this case, "Yeti_Release.exe") to its original location.
Alternatively you can temporarily disable your Anti-Virus if it's just blocking Yeti and it hasn't moved/hidden it in a virus-vault somewhere. I don't recommend this though. If you're still having problems, please submit a support ticket by clicking the following link: http://ghostrecononline.us.ubi.com/support/
If your Anti-Virus deleted "Yeti_Release.exe" and/or "RDVDLL.dll", please do the following:
- Make absolutely sure that you add the GRO installation directory to your Anti-Virus.
- Download the replacement files TO THE INSTALLATION DIRECTORY. If you don't download it there it might get flagged again and deleted.
- Open the file and extract and replace the files in the ZIP to the NCSA-Live folder in your installation directory.
VirusTotal Report (similar to above, showing a false-positive)
This can be resolved by Ubisoft sending its work files over to AVG directly so that they'll remove the false positive detect D:
False positive indeed, I'll alert the dev team.
How do you get the file back if you are using norton?