Tuesday, November 11, 2008

AVG removed User32.dll, Windows critical file

This might not be a fresh news now. It appears that an update released by AVG on 9th of November 2008 has caused the user32.dll file been removed. AVG has reported this as false positive on the suspected malicious file user32.dll at issue #1574 on http://www.avg.com/support.

This clearly shows that the criticality of software-dependent application installed on individuals PC as some mishap would cause major issue. This would also means that, increase awareness on what is being processed by each of the application installed on your trusted box should be given much attention to avoid unwanted issues that may occur.

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