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UPDATE - New attack bypasses EVERY Windows security product Print E-mail
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Source: ZDNet Blogs - Posted by Anthony Pell   
Host Security Okay, Windows content, but good to convince your boss that even the best efforts of the various security Windows vendors can't protect your desktop users. Are you a Windows user? Do you make sure that your antivirus program is updated regularly? Do you feel safe? You shouldn’t! Read on to find out why. Security researchers at Matousec.com have come up with an ingenious attack that can bypass every Windows security product tested and allow malicious code to make its way to your system.

Yes, you read that right - every Windows security product tested. And the list is both huge and sobering:

  • 3D EQSecure Professional Edition 4.2
  • avast! Internet Security 5.0.462
  • AVG Internet Security 9.0.791
  • Avira Premium Security Suite 10.0.0.536
  • BitDefender Total Security 2010 13.0.20.347
  • Blink Professional 4.6.1
  • CA Internet Security Suite Plus 2010 6.0.0.272
  • Comodo Internet Security Free 4.0.138377.779
  • DefenseWall Personal Firewall 3.00
  • Dr.Web Security Space Pro 6.0.0.03100
  • ESET Smart Security 4.2.35.3
  • many more in the article...

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