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Fight Against Viruses May Move to Servers

Computer viruses are becoming so aggressive and sophisticated that they may soon be able to elude anti-virus programs installed on individual computers, according to many in the security industry. The task of protecting information stored on computers, they say, will increasingly be turned over to software installed on servers that have the power and speed to trap and disable malevolent code. “Users may not realize that just having anti-virus software and a firewall isn’t enough to protect them anymore,” said Brian King, an Internet security analyst with the government-funded CERT Coordination Center at Carnegie Mellon University. Full Story

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