How secure is your computer?

Tuesday, 1 March 2005, 10:38 AM EST

A Windows computer without the latest security patches is in big trouble. That's the conclusion from a "honey pot" experiment conducted by StillSecure, a Louisville network security firm.

StillSecure attached six computers - loaded with different versions of the Windows, Linux and Apple's Macintosh operating systems - earlier this month to the Internet without anti-virus software.

By Ross Wehner at the Denver Post.

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