Tag Archives: Norton Internet Security

Korgo Spreads Its Wings

By | June 3, 2004

Seems like the big anti-virus boys are waking up to Korgo, the ‘phishing worm’ that F-Secure was warning about a few days ago. Symantec have just issued an advisory upgrading W32.Korgo.F, a new variant of the worm, from a Level 2 to a Level 3 threat. As Symantec says, W32.Korgo.F is a worm that attempts to propagate by… Read More »

Update: PC-cilin Goes All 2004

By | October 27, 2003

 Trend Micro today released PC-cillin Internet Security 2004, the latest version of an antivirus program that I have written fondly of in the past. There don’t seem to be any new bells and whistles this time around, but then again it doesn’t really need it: Internet Security includes a personal firewall and “advanced privacy and spyware protection to… Read More »

News: Norton Chips In

By | August 25, 2003

 I should have known, given the whole virus thing is big business, that if one company announces a new product, its rival down the street isn’t likely to stay silent. Hot on the heels (or maybe before, who knows) of McAfee’s upgrade to its VirusScan, Symantec Corp.announced Norton AntiVirus 2004, although tellingly it’s not ‘widely available’ until early… Read More »

Update: Beware Worms Carrying Gifts

By | August 20, 2003

 You’re probably heard of the computer worm that is seemingly benign: W32.Welchia.Worm targets customers infected with the W32.Blaster.Worm, deletes it, attempts to download the patch from Microsoft’s Windows Update Web site to correct the hole that allowed the worm in the first place, installs the patch, and then reboots the computer. All very nice, on the surface. But… Read More »