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What is an avc file and how do I open an avc file?

Files with the .avc extension are used by applications from the Kaspersky anti-virus software product line. These AVC files are classified as data files, and the Kaspersky anti-virus software uses the data stored in these AVC files as updates for its virus definitions, and these virus definitions are stored in the Kaspersky virus database. These .avc files are also called Kaspersky virus database files. The dbs001.avc, dbs002.avc and dbs003.avc files are examples of these AVC files. Users who already have the Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2012 software installed into their Microsoft Windows-based systems can configure the application to automatically download and use these AVC files to update the current virus definitions stored in its database with the most recent virus definitions from the developer. The Kaspersky Internet Security 2012 software is also integrated with support for these AVC files, and this program can be installed in computers running on Microsoft Windows systems. The virus definitions database of this software can also be updated by the content of an AVC file containing virus definitions recently released by Kaspersky Lab.

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Detail avc file extension information:
File Type: avc
File Format: Kaspersky Virus Database
Primary Association: Data Files