August 02, 2006
Totally obvious: Virus writers test their software against the enemy before use

Here's a totally obvious fact not much talked about: Of course virus writers test against popular anti-virus packages before 'releasing'. They want the virus to work after all.

Not exactly for the same reasons, but I assume the story is equally obvious if you replace 'virus writers' with 'bacteria' and 'popular anti-virus packages' with 'antibiotics commonly used in hospitals'.

Posted by Claus at August 02, 2006 06:25 PM | TrackBack (0)
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