If you’re using Symantec’s pcAnywhere you should probably stop

It’s interesting that it’s such an old theft, but still a concern. Fortunately, there are plenty of alternatives to choose from. #seb #computing #security #anonymous #hackers

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Symantec: Anonymous stole source code, users should disable pcAnywhere
Symantec has confirmed that the hacker group Anonymous stole source code from the 2006 versions of several Norton security products and the pcAnywhere remote access tool.

Although Symantec says the theft actually occurred in 2006, the issue did not come to light until this month when hackers related to Anonymous said they had the source code and would release it publicly. Users of the Norton products in question are not at any increased risk of attack because of the age of the source code an…

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