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Symantec Source Code Scattered to the Winds

January 9, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

Hackers have posted the source code for two Symantec security products, claiming they obtained the information from systems belonging to Indian military intelligence. The products affected are four and five years old, Symantec said. “If the source code from product released in the past three or four years was compromised, I’d be pretty concerned,” said security consultant Randy Abrams.

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