Latest PcAnywhere Stories
Malicious code targeting a newly identified vulnerability in Symantec's pcAnywhere remote control product has been published online, exposing users to potential attacks that disrupt the software's capabilities.
Members of hacking network Anonymous released an email thread Monday claiming that Symantec Corporation offered $50,000 in return for promising to keep the source code tied to its PCAnywhere and Norton Antivirus tools private.
Security, Information Assurance Provider Cautions Government, Private Enterprises to Not Repeat $6.5 Billion of Mistakes with Data Protection and Secure Remote Access Toronto,
Symantec advised customers to stop using its pcAnywhere software amid fears related to a recent security breach.
Symantec said on Tuesday that the hackers who obtained a portion of the security software's source code did so in a 2006 attack.
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., April 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- In a world where budgets are tight and IT needs are high, technology professionals everywhere are trying to be lighter, more nimble and give their companies the tools they need to succeed today - and in the future.
Softlantida Inc. (http://www.anyplace-control.com) announces new major release of Anyplace Control software - version 5.0.
Symantec Corp. (NASDAQ: SYMC) today announced the expansion of Symantec Protection Network, with the immediate availability of Symantec Online Remote Access beta release, helping businesses securely access their files and applications on their computer regardless of physical location.
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