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May 31, 2013, 8:50 am
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The AVG virus scanner heuristic virus detection method reports a false
positive for SETI@home version 7.00 on windows. This alert doesn't not
indicate an infection with a known virus, but indicates that the
application contains code that the virus scanner considers to be
suspicious. AVG 2012 apparently does not report any issues.
We believe that this alert is related to the method we used to compress
the executable in order to save network bandwidth. We are examining how
we can resolve the problem.
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