Avira anti-virus detected components of its own application as potentially malign on Wednesday following a dodgy signature update.
Avira detected its own AESCRIPT.DLL library file as the previously obscure "TR/Spy.463227" strain of malware.
The dodgy AntiVir virus definition file was quickly pulled and replaced with a new version – 126.96.36.199 – that resolves the problem, as explained in an official post on Avira's support forum here.
gn2 wrote:Any Windows file can be infected with a virus.
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