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New Attack Gets by Pretty Much All Windows Security Software

Well, here's a piece of bad news. Researchers have found holes in pretty much every anti virus software program available for Windows, including the biggest-selling ones. That means that attackers can make a Maginot Line out of your firewall or anti virus program and go right around it to install malware on your machine. Great.

Posted by Lee Pender on May 12, 2010


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