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November 11, 2008

AVG Thinks Windows is a Virus

Oops.  AVG anti-virus software is telling users that user32.dll on Windows XP systems are infected and should be deleted.  Problem is, the result is a false positive and deleting the file cripples an XP system.  The problem is fixed with a patch to releases of AVG.  The most current AVG software is available here.  The Washington Post fills in the details.  [MG]

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