It's easy to decompile the robots and disable the security, but most of the dll files (except fusion, akukaya, & cobalt) trigger my virus program. Anybody else have similar experience? We can run fusion with only these 2, but the others will call their own dll file. If there aren't any viruses in those dlls, we can continue.
I downloaded the cracked version from Indo-Investasi. Fusion Looks great on backtests, but waiting for trades on this new version. Nobody's sure these EAs will be the real deal yet (I have doubts too - too much hype associated with these things and not enough testing). Try for yourselves here:
Ignore the antivirus warning. It's just how the DLLs are coded. Try to extract all of the DLLs to your libraries folder, because copying can trigger your AV program. After, copy the experts. So far last night I had 2 winner trades for HiRider. Nothing else, but still waiting. Make sure you have all the DLLs (each expert has one). Let me know which is missing and I'll send you.
Try this one. I'm not sure, but you might only need the fusion.dll. Some of the other dlls are missing for some reason, but I've been getting trades from most of the EAs now, only LMD lost a couple small trades. Again, ignore the antivirus warning and extract directly to your libraries folder.
It just means that the files are "cracked" to work without authorization. In other words, you don't have to pay for something that probably won't work anyway. If it does work, you can then feel obligated to pay the author for his work, but that rarely happens, because most are scams or useless material for the recycle bin.
I ran the original versions of FRWC a while back when the hype was still huge.
Matter is my ESET AV did not pick up anything unduly with the dll's. The educated version, with the same ESET AV, has some reported viruses in each of the dll's. I am not so sure if this should be ignored to lightly. ESET is very good in not reporting on false positives.
The 3 top EA's in the package did not anywhere near perform as well as the FRWC's published results. If I remember correctly, their live test was run over 3 months.
I guess they just had a lucky period. 3 months is not long enough to be conclusive.