Veritas users cry foul over security info

Monday, 22 August 2005, 12:43 PM EST

Veritas may have been taken over by security giant Symantec, but end users have been left wanting better notification in the wake of a critical vulnerability with its backup software.

The University of NSW Educational Development and Technology Centre's IT and research manager Patrick Stoddart was dismayed at receiving a marketing newsletter but not a security alert.

By Rodney Gedda at Computerworld.

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