> It's a false report (we've had occasional problems with AVG previously).
> You might want to notify the AVG developers of the problem.
> ---End Quote---
> Why does it always have to be the other guy. I know it is a false positive, but, should you as a
I think developers have the responsibility to make their software as
bug free as possible. I do not think developers have any
responsibility to ensure no other buggy software will cause trouble.
If the AVG developers have buggy software, that's their problem alone.
The argument, taken to the extreme, is that Rex should predict all
possible bugs that may exhibit, now or in the future, when his
software is scanned by all possible broken anti-virus software. My
position is that AVG's stated goal is to trigger on viruses but not
clean programs and they are responsible for errors in their own code.
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