More Efforts Called For Securing The Australian Computers
According to the Senior Officials of AusCERT, the security industry and Internet service providers need to adopt more proactive measures to secure end-users' computers, as strong passwords, antivirus software and regular patching are no longer producing adequate results, as reported by AustralianIT on June 10, 2008.
According to Graham Ingram, General Manager of AusCERT, one in 4 computers are infected with malicious software while security specialists admit ordinary users are no longer able to tackle the threats, as reported by AustralianIT on June 10, 2008.
Furthermore, around 92% of the PC users believed that ISPs should inform customers if they know that a user's system is being infected while 61% wanted that their ...
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