Malware-speak spooks Symantec

Friday, 3 March 2006, 8:03 AM EST

Symantec said Wednesday it plans to tweak the behavior of its Norton Internet Security and Norton Personal Firewall products so that they are no longer vulnerable to an annoying but otherwise harmless prank that "script kiddie" hackers have been using for the past week or so to knock users off online chat channels.

At Security Fix.

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