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Avira Anti-Virus Detects Itself 142

Posted by samzenpus
from the marvin-the-anti-virus-robot dept.
ddfall writes "After a recent update, Avira's anti-virus software reports its own AESCRIPT.DLL file as a trojan or spyware. From the article: 'The dodgy AntiVir virus definition file was quickly pulled and replaced with a new version – 7.11.16.146 – that resolves the problem, as explained in an official post on Avira's support forum.'"
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Avira Anti-Virus Detects Itself

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