AVG user32.dll False Positive

AVG recently released an update that mistakenly identified a valid user32.dll file as containing a virus.  It instructs users to delete the file, which of course makes the system unbootable.  This affects AVG 7.5 and 8.0 running on Windows XP.  AVG says this only affects a few non-English versions, but the volume of reported incidents indicates this may not be completely accurate. [more]

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