(almost) every time I play my game, this script appears:
And this is what’s inside the script:
-- This script runs the game securer do not remove this!
-- it has been placed in here just incase you remove it
-- This is a http checker it will automatically delete once you enable http requests
local studio = game:GetService("RunService"):IsStudio()
local success,error = pcall(function()
if success then
if studio and check() ~= "true" then
local h = Instance.new("Hint",workspace)
h.Text = "Http Services Arent Enabled, To enable them, go to the Home tab, Game settings button, options tab, and select the On option under Allow HTTP Requests"
if check() == "true" then
If you didn’t create this I would check your plugins to make sure nothing is a program to add this in and delete the script. This isn’t a script made by Roblox. The script is very suspicious so probably a virus.
I’d still recommend you to check your Roblox Plugin Inventory for any suspecious plugins. Usually you can detect them by small amount of likes, or big amount of dislikes, small amount of favourites but big amount of likes. Theres alot of ways to see suspecious Plugins. If you do find one I’d recommend to remove that from your Inventory and check if the script still appears in your game.
(Incase after you deleted a plugin and the script still appears, you can re-install the plugin and search for a different plugin that could be the source)
First, it requires a module from somewhere. The module that it gets is where the real virus script is. It’s obscured like this to keep the developer from noticing that something is wrong.
Then, it checks for HTTP access, probably because the virus needs HTTP to function. This is here because it looks less suspicious to see the HTTP check in an unrelated empty script than next to a bunch of unfamiliar code.
Also, as a general rule of thumb, remember that big tech companies will always spell check their messages. The grammatical/format mistakes in the comments mean that it is definitely not written by Roblox. This rule also applies for many scams, so it’s useful to know.