IBM readies 'virtual' worm-detection

Tuesday, 28 March 2006, 12:41 AM EST

IBM is planning to launch a new worm-detection solution today that takes the "honeypot" (define) technique of fighting worms to a new level, internetnews.com has learned.

The project, code-named "Billy Goat," assigns a server a large number of unused and unadvertised addresses, according to a document seen by internetnews.com.

At eSecurity Planet.

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