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By Brian Krebs
June 10, 2008
... Perhaps more telling than the whitelisting approach is the recent move by Russian anti-virus firm Kaspersky Lab, which says it plans to incorporate Bit9's technology in its 2009 family of products. While Kaspersky consistently scores rather high in detecting new malicious software, it is also considered by many to be among the most reliant of all anti-virus firms on signature-based technology. Read More.
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