Software-security firms are changing their approach after acknowledging that anti-virus products...
Software-security firms are changing their approach after acknowledging that anti-virus products don't work very well - the initial detection rate of 40 programs from the likes of Microsoft (MSFT), Symantec (SYMC), McAfee (INTC) and Kaspersky was just 5% in a study. Firms now don't just try to block malware but also use other technologies such as trying to spot suspicious behavior or "whitelisting."
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