In his current position as a PC Magazine Lead Analyst he evaluates and reports on client-side operating systems and security solutions such as firewalls, anti-virus, anti-spyware, anti-spam and full security suites. Rubenking is an Advisory Board member for the Anti-Malware Testing Standards Organization, an international non-profit group dedicated to coordinating and improving testing of anti-malware solutions." Everybody needs antivirus protection. And I don't mean the antivirus built into Windows—it just doesn't measure up.Fortunately, you can get that protection without spending a penny.AVG appears to be in a transition phase away from Anti Virus Free to Protection Free, as the latter is advertised on AVG's main website while the former is only available through back channels.AVG Antivirus Free is provided as a web installer by default, but you can grab offline installers that weight in at around 200 Megabyte as well which don't require an Internet connection during installation.When the offline update is complete, AVG will show a confirmation, as shown below.
AVG popped up with "threat detected" C:\PROGRAM FILES (x86)MOZILLA FIREFOX\UPDATED\FIREFOX.
EXE Firefox had automatically updated to 45.0.2 2 or 3 hours before...
Was this a threat or was firefox trying to update again??
I have yet to test this option, but it looks like it should do the trick for you.
AVG Anti Virus Free is a longstanding security program for Microsoft Windows that protects computer systems from viruses, trojans and other malicious code.