Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by YeOldeStonecat, May 25, 2006.
"People shouldn't panic," Maiffret said. "There shouldn't be any exploits until a patch is produced."
Is this reverse logic? or did I miss something . I always thought that exploits occures while a software isn't patched
Defineately a whoopsie
Guess Symantec have more important issues, like suing Microsoft
At least it doesn't affect the home version of norton av. just the enterprise version.
eEye: "Other Symantec AntiVirus products are also potentially affected, waiting for vendor list"
Maybe CNN should read the eEye alert more careful....
IMHO "eEye said it appeared consumer versions of Symantec's Norton Antivirus software -- sold at retail outlets around the country -- were not vulnerable to the flaw, though consumers who are provided Symantec's corporate edition antivirus software by their employers for use at home may be affected."
isn't the same as
"Other Symantec AntiVirus products are also potentially affected, waiting for vendor list"
symantec makes the corporate and home versions. what other antivirus do they make??
Let's wait for the vendors (Symantec's) list, only in that way we will know the affected products
"At least...(it affects)...just the enterprise version."
No it isn't good but at least it didn't get everyone that uses norton.
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