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Hackers spunk 'pcAnywhere source' after negotiation breakdown

Hacktivists affiliated with Anonymous uploaded what they claim is the source code of Symantec's pcAnywhere software early on Tuesday, following the breakdown of negotiations between the hacking group and "a federal agent posing as a Symantec employee". Symantec has confirmed that a dialogue had taken place between the …
John Leyden, 7 Feb 2012
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Symantec: We've plugged up pcAnywhere holes

Symantec has said its pcAnywhere remote control software is once again safe to use, following the release of its latest security patch. The security giant made the highly unusual move last week of advising customers to avoid using older but still widely used versions of pcAnywhere as a precaution, after it emerged that the …
John Leyden, 2 Feb 2012

Symantec 'fesses up: 'Code theft worse than we thought'

Symantec has backtracked on its previous assurances about a recent source code theft, admitting its network was breached and code for a larger number of products than previously thought was swiped. Two weeks ago the security giant confessed that a blackhat crew had made off with source code for older versions of some of its …
John Leyden, 18 Jan 2012

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