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Norman raises false alarm on Windows PCs


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Posted 30 October 2009 - 06:20 AM

Norman ASA is warning its customers of a false alarm that's being raised by its Windows anti-virus software which results in the file kernel32.dll being detected as malware. The cause of the false positive appears to be a bad signature and the company has stopped sending out the signature in question and has taken its update server offline. Norman is advising affected users not to restart their PCs and not to acknowledge the alert flagged up by the real time anti-virus scanner. Users are advised to simply ignore the alert and to continue working on their PCs as normal...

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