Whatís happened to corporate hackers?

Monday, 16 October 2006, 11:59 AM EST

Software is written far more robustly than it used to be. The gaping holes that hackers could not resist are no longer there. The security industry has also come on in leaps and bounds. Companies such as Symantec are now so large and powerful that they can afford to employ the best coders and spend hundreds of millions of dollars on software development.

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