I wrote a simple program for checking if there is new updates on web server, and if there is download it.
AVG think, that my programm infected.
There are several copies of that program, that checking updates on different servers. I added in exceptions a directory, that contains all that updates, and programs for updates, But AVG IS no matter thinks that it's a virus, and asking me what should I do with that. It's ok for me always say Allow for AVG, but I use windows scheduler to run every copy of my program every hour.
My question is: why AVG ignore exception directory, and asking me every time, when program starts?
We found a bug in the uploader tool which prevents uploading AVG 2013 log files even though these are present. We'll fix the utility and provide a new version as soon as possible. Then, we will ask you to upload the log files once again.
We're sorry but it seems that fixing the uploader utility will require more time. Please feel free to use this utility instead. Kindly include a link to this discussion thread (http://forums.avg.com/ww-en/avg-forums?sec=thread&act=show&id=220575#post_220575) with a short description of the issue. The troubleshooting will continue via e-mail.