Anonymous leaks Symantec's Norton anti-virus source code

Zdnet - Anonymous has released what appears to be the source code from Norton Antivirus 2006, in what could be a seriously damaging exercise for Symantec.

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C_Menz1694d ago

Glad I don't use them as my Anti-Virus... Microsoft Security +Bought Malwareb +3 other smaller programs blocks 99% of stuff on my computer. Might be a bit of overkill but I like to be safe!

Soldierone1694d ago

I did that, but then decided to just utilize Firefox too which helps a TON now. just get no scripts and ad block and you will block out a lot, whatever slips passed that will be hit by the virus protection.

I noticed a lot of stuff comes through on ads, since websites have little control over it and a lot of big ad networks don't filter it out right.

Anarki1693d ago

This, combined with common sense. Best antivirus ever = common sense.

AgentWhite1693d ago

That's the right way . One has to be safe .

ziggurcat1693d ago

... and this benefits humanity, how? way to go, guys... good on you for potentially causing millions of people harm.

Sobari1693d ago

If you use Norton, especially the 2006 version, you deserve to get a virus.

2pacalypsenow1693d ago

no one desetves to get a virus

pandehz1693d ago (Edited 1693d ago )


I got norton 360 on my pc lol lol

Dark_Overlord1693d ago

Norton is one on the worst Anti Virus programs available anyway, I avoid that crap as much as possible

GamingManiac1693d ago

And why is that? I've never had problems with Norton...

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