Many of use have used the Avira anti-virus for some years. Some new changes make the
question more who to replace them with, Avast, ESet or somebody else.
The details are on the Avira forum :
[Off-topic] Uniblue scareware ads (hello Uniblue, goodbye Avira)https://forum.avira....&threadID=131604
[Off-topic] Registry Booster 2011 email from Avirahttps://forum.avira....mp;highlight=uniblue
[Off-topic] My shop is no longer recommending Avirahttps://forum.avira....mp;highlight=uniblue
[Off-topic] Avira and Uniblue?https://forum.avira....mp;highlight=uniblue
###Avira’s partnership with Uniblue###https://forum.avira....mp;highlight=uniblue
Wilders has a good discussion.
Avira Software Has Gone To The Dark Side http://www.wildersse...wthread.php?t=301198
More at Web of Trust, Calendar of Updates, Security Garden, Softpedia, and more.
This support post from a couple of months ago is an ironic nutshell.
TR Dropper.Gen ; TR Crypt TPM gen Need Help Please - April, 2011https://forum.avira....mp;highlight=uniblue
... i think i downloaded this files SpeedUpMyPC , registry booster and driver scanner from uniblue i scan the computer using that and found many problem and then i fix all.
... I really dunno what you supposedly "fixed" with the programs from Uniblue, but this may have corrupted your system to the point where we can no longer recover the integrity of the system. ....