I found that AVG was always a few days 'behind the curve' in updating their product with Firefox releases and didn't handle the pre-release versions properly, IMO - so I switched to Avira in 2011.Sorry, that \UPDATED\ folder must be a new feature for Firefox updates, one that I haven't seen before and didn't see with the Firefox 45 update.You can contact AVG for support and make sure you have the latest updates.

problem updating avg-24

This is likely a valid update to the latest Firefox release.

Note that this screenshot also shows that the latest Shockwave Flash player version is blocked and that version is a security update that you should apply.

I haven't used AVG for at least 5 years now - currently using COMODO Antivirus.

I found that AVG was always a few days 'behind the curve' in updating their product with Firefox releases and didn't handle the pre-release versions properly, IMO - so I switched to Avira in 2011.

I always choose the let us fix this option and then AVG says they're blocked.

Should I reinstall firefox..wait til AVG updates it's Identity Theft Protection feature...I chose "secure the threat" just in case and the eset still ran no problem...AVG remote guy ran "special tools" and none of these found a threat.root kit scan with AVG and complete scan of computer To the-edmeister: I did microsoft safety scanner spybot, malewarebytes and eset like you suggested...during the download process of eset the Threat Detection popped up and I have attached a screen shot..That is at least how it works on Linux and Mac and I would assume that it is not different on Windows. So it looks that your security software doesn't like the newly downloaded Firefox update.To the-edmeister: I did microsoft safety scanner spybot, malewarebytes and eset like you suggested...during the download process of eset the Threat Detection popped up and I have attached a screen shot..Maybe as cor-el mentioned - it might be AVG needs to be updated to recognize that \UPDATED\ folder in preparation for installing the Firefox update.