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The hacking of the New York Times illustrates the limitations of antivirus software sold by Symantec and others in catching attacks. It's a cat-and-mouse game where the mouse usually wins.

Photograph by Max Oppenheim

The hacking of the New York Times illustrates the limitations of antivirus software sold by Symantec and others in catching attacks. It's a cat-and-mouse game where the mouse usually wins.

Symantec After New York Times Attack Says Antivirus Isn’t Enough

Symantec, the world’s biggest antivirus-software maker, built a $15 billion empire on the back of a technology that it acknowledges doesn’t work that well at all. The New York Times, a Symantec customer, reported today that its computer network was...

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