Primary response update targets Trojans, rootkits
Sana Security said on Monday that a new version of its Primary Response product can help customers detect a new generation of complex online threats, including Trojan horse programs and malicious remote monitoring software known as "rootkits."
Primary Response 3.0 is the latest version of Sana's intrusion prevention system (IPS) software. It improves the ability of the technology to spot and block threats before they have been formally identified, Sana said in a statement.
By Paul Roberts at InfoWorld.
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