In an unusual course of events, anti-virus maker AVG has begun a bizarre (hopefully accidental) crusade to end the practice of 'Rickrolling' by having the original meme banned from YouTube. Really.
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AVG has defended the recently released Windows Phone 7 anti-virus app even as Microsoft pulled the app from the Zune Marketplace.
It has been discovered that AVG's supposed "antivirus" software suite for Windows Phone 7 reports user data, including location data, back to AVG's servers, and fails to properly scan for viruses
For those users with a Windows Phone 7 device, you can now keep it protected from malicious activity with the first antivirus app for Windows Phone 7 - AVG Mobilation's Anti-Virus Free suite
On Wednesday night AVG pushed an update for its popular anti-virus product, however instead of enhancing and correcting bugs for the program, it left 64-bit versions of Windows 7 and Vista inoperable. The update (3292) when...
Computerworld reports that three websites affiliated with the US Treasury department have been infected with code that distributes malware to visitors. Roger Thompson, a researcher at AVG, discovered on Monday that three domains belonging to...
AVG, one of the leading suppliers of anti-virus software, released an update yesterday that caused more harm then good the outcry started. The signature update, dated November 9, allowed the program to think that user32.dll...