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Is Our ‘Anti’ Virus Safe? Skeptics Dawdle

Virus Safe

Online surfing now has been jittery for some time, Netherland-Based antivirus software maker AVG gets the tribunal for its “Web tuneup”. The one click add-on security for the Google Chrome browser is dedicated to make online surfing safe barring users from entering unsafe sites. Till now it’s good – but the software has created ado after 9(nine) million using the software is unknowingly exposed to hackers with a certainty of information stolen.

AVG confirmed the flaw and said it created a quick fix. “As soon as we were highlighted to it, our first and foremost priority was to get a fix to market,” said Tony Anscombe, who helps manage security at AVG. He added that AVG’s core antivirus software wasn’t affected and that the company is reviewing its processes to ensure its software is safe.

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