Kaspersky says it's fixed AV scanner flaw

Wednesday, 5 October 2005, 12:30 PM EST

Kaspersky Labs on Tuesday confirmed that its anti-virus scanning engine was flawed, and said it was working on a fix. The Moscow-based security vendor also said a stop-gap measure, signatures for its software that will detect possible exploits, is already in place.

By Gregg Keizer at Security Pipeline.

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