> > a gamers POV....
> > FYI
> > https://bits.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/04/02/the-rsa-hack-how-they-did-it/?_r=0
> This is not the case.
> - How do I know ?
> Mostly from my experience with internet :
> 1. The site from where I downloaded the emulator does not have clickbaits or
> popunders/popups or so...
> 2. They have full info about these 3 games/roms, together with videos "how to"
> 3. If the programmers/hackers provided source code it would be in the 7z archive that
> I downloaded
> 4. The emulator is fully working (It is MAME for sure, has internal UI, every
> shortcut works, only one driver included)
> 5. After all its only a game, if they want to stole Your informations they will
> surely go with newer games like Fifa 2017 or something with Denuvo cracked which has
> large popularity between gamers; these 3 games is only atractive for a few
> players/gamers around the world.
> 6. The site is not related with pr0n in any way
> 7. The site is English if that means anything at all ?! (Does not matter to me if it
> was Chinese/Vietnamese/Taiwanese...)
> P.S. After all, the roms/rom sets that we all downloaded from PleasureDome (which is
> suggested here) through torrent - Are they safe from malware/software attacks/viruses
1-7 no reasons at all to call the exe 100% safe
PS: these files can be checked (torrent client, rom manager, mame), but still are not 100% safe AFAIK (CRC32,MD5 and even SHA-1 are broken).
But why use roms to break out of mame if someone can trojan mame.exe directly and distribute it from a website which looks like 1-7? ;-)
Edited by RdW (03/19/17 02:23 PM)