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|17th November 2008, 18:14||#1|
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AVG offers infected users free year of service
AVG ANNOUNCED yesterday that it would be offering a free year of service after its antivirus software got confused and misidentified a key Windows system file as malware.
The security vendor identified earlier this week that user32.dll was coming up as a generic Trojan which caused a warning pop-up asking if the user wanted to delete it – unfortunately for those who say ‘yes’ they were stuck in an endless reboot cycle.
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