I have been trying to backup my Netgear ReadyNAS Duo to an external hard drive that is connected to my PC, using Syncback Free. AVG has reported many threats while Syncback is attempting to do the backup. Most of them include "SBS" in the name of the supposedly infected file. When I take a look in the location where the infected file is meant to be, I find sometimes that is not even there. For a PC that is regularly having AVG run full scans, it seems very odd that it would discover so many infected files as soon as I start a backup. Could it be that Syncback is generating files that are causing AVG to consider them to be malware?
Can anyone suggest what they think might be going on here?