AVG Antivirus Definitions: AVG Antivirus software works on the basis of a detailed database where all the information about known malware is present.
This database contains definitions of virus, worms, spyware, Trojans etc. This information needs to be updated frequently for better security performance.
When the offline update is complete, AVG will show a confirmation, as shown below.
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To import the file into the Avira program, go to the Update menu -Bitdefender Weekly Updates Bitdefender updates its offline definition files once a week on a Friday so they could be a nearly week out of date depending what day you download them.
AVG Anti-Virus Definitions are virus definitions for AVG Anti-Virus software.
About AVG Anti-Virus: AVG Professional Single Edition is perfectly designed to give you the maximum antivirus protection for your single home PC or workstation. No IT expertise is required and it can run in the background, providing uninterrupted protection.
Of course, if your computer is severely infected, you may have to resort to an Antivirus rescue CD from your favorite security company.
Fortunately for most of us, many of the antivirus companies provide offline virus definition signatures so you can download them from another computer and then manually install the updates on computers with a limited or no internet connection at all.