Everytime i run the game Norton tries to block it (crashreport and smth more).
I also have Norton. For the vast majority of games, Norton doesn't blink. But there are a few games that Norton see's something it doesn't like... Makes you think there is something to it.
On the other hand, it also wouldn't surprise me if a game here or there had some hidden spyware in it and that is why Norton doesn't like it. But I don't know enough about it, so just do like I said above. Unquarantine and exempt from future scans (scarry).
The biggest problem you guys are having is that you're using Norton. Sounds like a sarcastic answer, I know, but I'm being completely serious. Norton is garbage. A while back they had their source code stolen by malware developers. What's Norton do? Nothing. No major changes for years. If you've ever wondered why so much slips past Norton, that's part
of the reason.
An explanation of false positives:
Many A/V vendors will share their results with other companies. However, since not all these other companies bother to do the research themselves when another company submits an inaccurate analysis (intentionally to make competitors look bad), they flag files that aren't malicious. False positives can also be attributed to overly aggressive or flawed heuristic methods.
The vast majority of the malware removal I've done the machines have had an A/V solution on them. Most of the time it was either McAfee or Norton. Let me be perfectly blunt here. Any product worth having isn't going to come pre-installed on your machine. Rather than paying another company to install the software in the hopes that people will use it, it will stand on it's own either through word of mouth or marketing. The first indication, even if you're aware of all the flaws in the product itself, should be that Symantec is paying someone else to install it on consumer machines. Why?
If you want protection that doesn't have a ton of false positives, actually stops the majority of threats, and doesn't needlessly eat up system resources, do yourself a favor and head to a site like av-comparatives that run independent tests on these suites. If you want to be really secure
, learn how to do without because the majority of av suites actually introduce new vulnerabilities in your machine, and are typically easily exploited themselves.