I have no idea why AVG would have detected it as such. You can add it to your exception list. Maybe you can notify AVG of the false detection.
From: Keylonta [via Recorded TV HD Forum]Sent: Monday, September 7, 2015 8:48 PMTo: MJT SoftwareSubject: AVG detected RecordedTVHDService.exe as an IDP ALEXA.
AVG detected RecordedTVHDService.exe as an IDP ALEXA. "This kind of software usually arrives in the form of an unwanted download from a malicious website or as code illegally injected into a legitimate website without the webmaster's knowledge." http://www.avgthreatlabs.com/ww-en/virus-and-malware-information/content/generic-virus/?name=IDP.ALEXA.46&utm_source=TDPU&utm_medium=IDP&PRTYPE=AVFC:\Program Files (x86)\RecordedTVHD\RecordedTVHDService.exe, IDP.ALEXA.46 Why would AVG suddenly do this, it's never detected it before? Is it safe for me to add it to AVGs exceptions list?
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