AVG Antivirus Mistakenly Marks iTunes As Malware
Monday, July 27, 2009
A recent update for the Windows-based AVG antivirus program surprised users when it mistakenly identified several components of iTunes as a malware trojan called Small.BOG. This is called a false positive, when security software quarantines legitimate software.
If you run into this problem, the fix is to update AVG, then update iTunes. This technical bulletin from AVG provides more details.
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Posted byTriona Guidry at 2:42 PM