Giblets: Running Panda AV? Don’t reboot your computer!

A hilarious development occurred over the weekend when users began to report that the latest update to the Panda Cloud Antivirus suite flagged some of its own files generated by the installer, putting them into quarantine and causing the software to go into a flat panic. Some users even reported that it was even going as far as to brick their operating system or blocking all internet access. Panda responded to the reports and warned users not to reboot their computers or allow the software to update until a patch is available to solve the issue. You can also uninstall it for now and use a free AV in the meantime, but that’s probably not an option for you if you’re an enterprise user.

Source: ZDNet

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