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Monkey defender is a advanced anti-virus, made to protect your game while not forcing you to comb through scripts to see if they are viruses, or real legitimate scripts that your game needs.
Smarter Require Detection
Monkey defender doesn’t just blindly flag requires as a virus, it directly loads the ID that require is calling, and checks to see if the loaded script is a virus.
Lots of detected viruses and backdoors
We are constantly adding more virus keywords and virus script names to Monkey Defender. With these updates building on a database of over 100+ detected script names and multiple virus functions that are detected, you always have up-to date protection from our plugin.
Code is open sourced
Even if the plugin
ends ended up costing Robux, you can make your own version of the plugin by using custom UI and our completely open source script.
We understand that each game is completely different - One game could have no need for teleport service, whereas the next needs it to function. This is why we added the ability to turn on and off certain flags, so that you can protect your game without unnecessary false flags.
You now can add/remove custom threats and script names that you want to detect! This allows for an even more personalized plugin and less false flags!
Our plugins supports lots of different features, like auto quarantine, easy settings, and more! We constantly add new features to improve your experience!
What are you waiting for? Get the plugin for free, here!
Questions? Comments? Suggestions? Please leave all feedback(bugs, ETC) below in the replies
Please contribute any “keywords” or virus script names in a reply below!
- Keywords are things you find inside the virus, like getfenv() or require().
Anything commonly found inside virus scripts falls into this category, even if it isn’t necessarily a luau function(if a virus script has “synapse” in comments, then this is a keyword)
- Virus script names are self-explanatory, it’s the name of the virus script itself.