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Fakin' The Funk? 5.1.0.152 screenshot
P2P | 11.2023 | 11 MB
Fakin' The Funk? is a tool that helps you to detect the true quality of your audio files in one batch. Nowadays you can download tunes from anywhere. But what is the real quality of these files? What if you could check those tunes to see if they’re really that good, and not upscaled 128kbps to 320kbps MP3s? You could batch-process them all without having to manually check them 1-by-1 using a spectrum analyzer?

Import your music files. Fakin' The Funk? will analyze the right bitrate and frequency. If it finds a wrong bitrate or lower frequency-peak, it will show you the actual bitrate. It’s up to you whether you want to rename those files, copy or move. Or just delete them. Fakin' The Funk? Keep it real.

Benefits:
- Automated batch-processing
- Easy-to-use interface
- Free (for the 1st 100 detected fake files)
- Cannot be fooled by audio-optimizers like Platinum Notes
- Besides fake files, it detects corrupted & unreadable files as well
- Supports all popular lossy & lossless audio file formats
- Ultra-fast processing using multiple threads to speed up the analysis
- Drag-&-drop support e.g. to Mp3Tag or Explorer
- Shows frequency cut-off, using its built-in Spectrum analyzer
- Listen to audio files directly, using its built-in player
- Translated manually into English, Spanish, German, Italian, Dutch, French, Swedish & Polish
- Supports 24 bit formats & samplerates above 48 kHz
- Tag-editor for the most common ID-tags incl. search & replace feature
- Optional clipping detection
- Configurable toolbuttons to search songs online (Amazon, iTunes, etc.)



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comments

  Member 25.06.2021 1 423
+206
Kaspersky cloud (the best one that I use on my PC) detected a Trojan in the executable file. Be careful with this one.
be kind :)
  Member 13.11.2022 111
+31
I don't know anything about this specific release and whos behind it but i've had so many different trojans and whatever detected from serveral different malware detection programs that I'd assume it's probably a false positive here too. The antivirus software scans for similiar patterns and the keygens, patches and other types of medicine probably do something similiar like accessing or even editing your windows internal system data.
  Member 21.06.2018 81 10059
+2598
Rapidgator | KatFile
  Member 25.06.2021 1 423
+206
I had the same experience as you brother, the only AV that will actually make me worried with a detection is Kaspersky, since is one of the AV with best malware detection and unlike trash like Malwarebytes, Defender, etc... it rarely gives false positives (been using for 4 years now and can count in one hand the number of times that happened). That's why I thought it was worth mentioning.
be kind :)
  Member 28.12.2016 123
+45
looks fine to me
https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/6a823f8be8ecb7eb325995ab66bcb72c65e68a33addf71515d22ba839b0038a3
  Member 25.06.2021 1 423
+206
VT isn't really that trustworthy, I've uploaded a FUD Ransomware not long ago and it also came back with only one detection.
be kind :)
  Resident 31.05.2010 4 2221
+525
Kaspersky is SCAM you shouldnt trust them or ANY AV company.
My girlfriend had Kaspersky she always got tons of mess about her PC was infected the shitty AV reported red alert very often and she got atleast 30 spammail everyday about porn penisenlargement etc etc.
And the only websites she visit is about dogs and when she read newspapers and occational clothes and shoe webshops.
So when her subscription ended she wasnt sure about renew it as it cost alpt.
So i uninstalled it (which took forever as i had to do alot of seaching in regostry and find all files tit had saved on her HD)
And guess what? All of a sudden all spammail stoped coming i of course tried an online AV scan and the PC was clean i then installed a good firewall and she never had any problems after that.
If you use your BRAIN and think about it.
Who wabts you to be afraid of viruses?
Of course those who SELL antivirus solutions.
  Member 25.06.2021 1 423
+206
"Kaspersky is SCAM you shouldnt trust them or ANY AV company.
My girlfriend had Kaspersky she always got tons of mess about her PC was infected the shitty AV reported red alert very often and she got atleast 30 spammail everyday about porn penisenlargement etc etc."


I'm really sorry to what happened to your girlfriend. That being said I can't possibly know what were the actual details involved in her situation but I can say to you that Kaspersky saved me from malware at least twice, one of them being a FUD Ransomware.

"So i uninstalled it (which took forever as i had to do alot of seaching in regostry and find all files tit had saved on her HD)"


I've installed and uninstalled Kaspersky multiple times and it takes about the same amount of effort and time as any other common application (such as a browser).

"If you use your BRAIN and think about it.
Who wabts you to be afraid of viruses?
Of course those who SELL antivirus solutions."


I guess anyone that's surfing the web looking for cracked software should be afraid of viruses, don't you think? Or do you think it's the AV companies that upload malware cracks all over the internet?

I'm just trying to be careful here, especially when I have no idea who's behind this release.
be kind :)
  Moderator 21.01.2012 2370 16087
+159598
OK Guys, post title is Fakin' The Funk? 5.1.0.152
So if you want to know who's got the best antivirus, please, create a thread at Audiosex.
Here, keep it about the release.
Thank you.
  Resident 20.03.2018 3 659
+405
I can't actually believe any of that, other than the fact she was clearly completely computer illiterate. But now we're getting way off-topic!

As for this release and previous ones, it seems there are frequently virus alerts for Fakin the Funk (whether false or otherwise). Most AVs give out falsely positives so I usually ignore them; but - believe it or not - Kaspersky is one of the best AV's that very rarely does this, so when it does, I proceed with caution.

If you're worried, either run it in a sandbox, or simply avoid. Personally, I'll give it a miss, until another team patches it.
Patience, respect & gratitude - Always
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  Resident 20.03.2018 3 659
+405
Weirdly, going to their website, which is not secure (httpS) gives me this:



Then when I click to continue I get this:



I have never ever seen this warning from VM before
Patience, respect & gratitude - Always
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  Member 9.10.2016 1 120
+19
Changelog?
  Member 12.03.2019 1 66
+32
So is it a Virus or not?
  Resident 2.03.2019 5 289
+353
Wasting time DLing mp3's is a fools paradise anymore. What with 96K and 192K raw files being available. Additionally, the bigger culprit to music definition/quality anymore is the completely F'd up modern mastering process which will take much more of a toll on sound integrity than something like this could even hope to fix.
  Member 3.03.2019 28
+7
quote by SheppardSo is it a Virus or not?

Not. Setup is made with Inno Setup and cracked exe is packed with UPX. Unpacking and examining files reveals nothing alarming. No alarms from scanners either. Seems clear to me.

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