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AVG Possibly Hit By False-Positive: Trojan Horse Agent4.AQLZ (shdocvw.dll and explorer.exe)

Thousands of AVG users are complaining about a virus detection notice that is most likely a false positive

1. Step Users have been reporting this virus detection for at least a couple hours (late Sunday)

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2. Step AVG continues to pile up virus detection notes whenever you browse the explorer

3. Step If you are concerned about your security, read our QA on this virus and feel free to submit your own question here

 
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Published: Monday, May 27th, 2013 Last Modified: May 27, 2013

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