Multi-Constituent Malware Evokes Risk for Businesses
According to watchdogs of the security industry, malware programs are steadily growing in complexity and are designed to include multiple constituents that exploit various weaknesses in organizations. This implies that the next security hazard that an enterprise could confront include Trojan, a keylogger and a 'bot,' all blended into one.
Thus, Arun Chandrasekaran, Industry Manager for ICT practice at Frost & Sullivan, a consulting company, said that the first constituent would trigger off all the other constituents in a chain to stealthily achieve the desired result, as reported by ZDNet on July 1, 2008.
According to several security analysts, multi-component ma... » SPAMfighter News - 18-07-2008
» SPAMfighter News - 18-07-2008
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