Virus attack?

I'm using Avast anti virus and I got three updates today - is there some sort of virus attack going on? I usually get an update every morning and that's it.

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I only received on update today, I use Avast. I haven't heard of anything, which doesn't mean there isn't.

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we cant say anything about it , coz may be ur pc is not updated  fro 3 days

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