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avg anti virus finding virus every scan.

by coinman1941 / January 11, 2013 10:59 AM PST

I just downloaded the new 2013 avg anti virus last week and every day it comes up with this virus -win32/zperm type file for directory. Its located here c/windows/temp/tmp0000c70/tmp00004924 what ever that means. Is this what they call a false positive? cheers nick

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avg anti virus finding virus every scan
by tinamishra / January 15, 2013 2:02 PM PST

Please make it clear what you want to ask?.... AVG is one of the good antivirus i have used it once.

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RE: avg anti virus finding virus every scan.
by Jan_AVG AVG Staff / January 15, 2013 7:16 PM PST

Hi coinman1941,

Please follow this guide to check whether mentioned file is falsely detected or not.

Thank you.

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