When I picked it up this evening , a message from AVG popped up saying it had blocked a threat "IDP.ALEXA.51" in the C:\programdata\lenovo\imcontroller\plugins\lenovobatteryguagepackage\x64\lenovobatteryguagepackage.dll.
The odd thing is that today there is one of these file paths dated today, and one dated July, with a dll with similar name but with the name with _bk appended.
AVG seems unable to move the offending file to quarantine.
Has anyone else seen the same? Should I worry?
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I have updated AVG and run a virus scan, which came out clean.
I assume the two almost identical programdata directories are the result of AVG's workings in preparing to deal with what it thought was a virus. The question now, which I will have to look into tomorrow is how to get back to one directory.
I use Windows 7 (and earlier) or Linux on all the main machines. I just use W10 on this so that I know what others are talking about when they ring me.
I got really annoyed last week when a big banner came up saying Windows 10 was a service. I don't want a service, I want an operating system that is stable and consistent.
Billaboard wrote:Thanks, yes I think it is a false positive.
Interesting because there was something there and regardless I don't trust Windows 10 to protect my privacy.
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