Posted 22 April 2007 - 07:53 PM
I just woke my PC from stand-by a little while ago. I have an HP Pavilion desktop with XP SP2. Within a few seconds, my Comodo firewall popped up a window asking for permission to allow AVG to check for updates. I found that strange, as AVG has long had permission to update. I thought "nothing is perfect", and perhaps it was just some small "glitch". So I allowed it, and updated AVG successfully. But then I noticed something odd within the AVG windows themselves; all the text was different. Here's an example: In the Control Center window, all of the smaller "windows" (Anti-Virus, Scheduler, Resident Shield, etc.) all start with "@CC_Component_FontSize". To take the example to a more specific level, the Anti-Virus window, or blue square, if you will, now reads: "@CC_Component_FontSizeInformation about status and...". I am seeing this throughout the program, and I am also seeing "@ServiceStatus_FontSize" at the beginning of other messages/information throughout the program. It appears, to the extent of my computer abilities, to be up and running normally, other than this. Windows Security Center states that "AVG 7.5.463 is up to date and virus scanning is on.".
I have no idea as to what this all might indicate, or whether I should even be concerned, so any thoughts would be greatly appreciated. Thank you to all who take the time to reply.