Startup digs out network worms

Friday, 18 February 2005, 3:28 AM EST

The designers of security semiconductors are finding they must inspect application flows ever more closely if they are to wall off computer viruses and worms that are crawling higher up the software stack. Startup Seaway Networks will take an aggressive step in that direction this week. when it rolls out a new hardware matching capability for its SW-5000 content processor.

By Rick Merritt at Embedded.

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