AVG antivirus false positive



Incidents.org has some reports of false positives reported by Grisoft’s AVG antivirus running on Windows XP (SP1)…. The false positive was with a file named C:i386REG.EXE which is a legit file from the Windows XP SP1 install. No other news or details on this as of yet.

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