and… how do you plan that this is achieved ?
i mean, if i go to MQL5 and download an EA
HOW DO I ACTUALLY KNOW IT’S ORIGIN ? How does anyone ?
people shouldn’t do anything that is harmful to them either
but they still do , because instructions are not clear
saying you shouldn’t download EA’s from unknown origins is a completely useless instruction and is of no benefit to anyone.
again… show me 1 with a good reputation
Even our Classic Moving Average
do we really know it’s origin or reputation ? LOL
and the only way a person would know this is if they were a programmer.
how else would they check it ?
How… PRAY TELL, can an EA (Software) Harm Hardware hehe
an EA cannot damage your hard drive
an EA cannot damage your motherboard or affect Surface mount components
an EA cannot damage your Optical drive
or make your mouse or keyboard explode
it’s SOFTWARE, it cannot physically damage your hardware
it’s not Firmware and is not affected your PROM
so. how exactly did you think and EA was going to harm your system
i’d be suprised if it caused the operating system as a whole to shut down,
worse case scenario, it’d affect your MT-4 and cause the process to shutdown
but, Your O/S, … Probably not .
Mate this wall of text that you wrote is nothing but random garble that doesn’t go into anything reliable or specific that is useful to the average user of MT-4
this is all generic information
backup your data
use an Anti virus software
blah blah blah blah
you make it sound nice, and i understand
but when one looks at it for what it is
it really means nothing at all
we know nothing about the EA
we can’t verify it
so… that being the case, all that you can do is Revert to normal system protection procedures.
you don’t really even need to be aware of the existence of the EA to begin with in this case,
your system will warn you if it’s a threat.