Viruses leap through window of opportunity
Mass mailing viruses could be consigned to the dustbin of history if only anti-virus vendors were quicker off the mark.
Findings presented by security experts at the recent Virus Bulletin Conference in Chicago show that reducing the ‘window of vulnerability’ between the release of a virus and the availability of fixes could make email virus outbreaks a rarity. The window of vulnerability is the delay between the appearance of a new email-borne virus or worm, and the release of signatures by traditional anti-virus software vendors.
By John Leyden at The Register.
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