Security gurus look for better ways to classify malware

Wednesday, 19 September 2007, 7:01 PM EST

Two senior security veterans from Trend Micro are trying to get the industry to change how it classifies malicious software.

They argue that today's classification system, which tends to focus on the technical way the software works, neglects a far more important metric that matters more to users: how it tries to steal your money.

At ITWorld.

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