NAI pulls the plug on CyberCop product line

Monday, 27 May 2002, 5:28 PM EST

Network Associates Inc will in July pull the plug on further development of its popular CyberCop vulnerability scanner and intrusion-detection product and instead will redirect efforts to integrate new security functionality into lines produced out of its Sniffer Technologies network analyser arm.

Products reaching end of life on July 1 include the CyberCop Scanner 5.5, distributed CyberCop Scanner 2.0 and the CyberCop Monitor 2.5. The company maintains its plan does not in any way affect the existing CyberCop ASaP services, which will continue to be a McAfee Security product offering. The Santa Clara, California-based company said that maintenance for the scanner line will continue through until the end of 2004, with scheduled signature updates performed quarterly rather than on a monthly basis.

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