Solving the dilemma of rapid malware proliferation - D2-Banking

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London, UK - 5 May 2004, 17:15 GMT - The recent Sasser epidemic continues the saga of debilitating malware outbreaks in 2004, proving that many organisations and individual computer users are not always sufficiently up-to-date with patches issued by Microsoft. Also, some software systems deployed are completely embedded and it is difficult to note that they need to be patched. Unless automatic techniques for configuration management allow patch status to be policed and new patches to be applied on the fly, the global epidemics unleashed by computer malware problems are likely to carry on their escalating growth curve. This would result in reduced profitability for many corporations across the globe as unforeseen costs are added to maintain business operations.


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