Hello Silk. Generic threats are files that appear suspicious to AVG but do not match any known threat. An alert from your anti-virus program warning you that it detected Win32 Malware.Gen on your computer, therefore, indicates that a 32-bit file on your Windows PC may be malicious.
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Win32 Malware. gen is a so-called generic threat - a suspicious file fetched by an anti-virus scan that appears to be malicious but does not match any of the definitions of known malware threats contained in the anti-virus software's database. Therefore, an alert from an anti-malware program for a Win32 Malware. Rehards: bbqvilla ([website removed])