|I just upgraded AVG 2012 to AVG 2013. It looks really cool, but the first scan I did brought out very unexpected results. The first "threat" it found had to do with an AVG 2013 file. Why would the program try to remove part of itself? Half of the rest of the results showed files from Spybot - Search & Destroy, which I trust, but I understand that there may be conflict when using multiple spyware/virus protection software. And the second half of the results showed files from Google Chrome. By now, I do not even know what to think about the results. Is the early version of AVG 2013 messed up, or are these actual harmful problems?|
As an additional note, the "infected" AVG 2013 file and Spybot - Search & Destroy files were in C:\ProgramData, and the "infected" Google Chrome files were in the AppData part of C:\User.