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By Tim Colwill on April 22, 2013 at 8:17 am
Anti-virus software Malwarebytes caused a bit of a stir late last week when it falsely flagged core Windows system files as malicious, trojan horse-downloading exploits. The software promptly disabled the files and thus the computer, causing either unstable or non-functional systems across thousands of commercial and home users.
Malwarebytes have promised that in the future all releases will be much more thoroughly tested, including on a virtual server, to make sure this doesn’t happen again.
Source: The Register (thanks, Damien)