Symantec Patches Antivirus Vulnerability
Symantec on Friday released intrusion prevention system (IPS) signatures that provide protection from a recently discovered vulnerability in its antivirus software that allows remote users to launch worm attacks.
The vulnerability affects Symantec Client Security 3.1 and Symantec AntiVirus Corporate Edition 10.1, and the vendor has released IPS signatures via LiveUpdate for Symantec Client Security that provides protection from future exploits, Symantec confirmed Friday. CRN | Symantec, Antivirus Software | Symantec Working To Patch Antivirus Vulnerability
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