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+ - NYT Twists Imperva Antivirus Study into Utter Nonsense->

Curseyoukhan writes: "A recent New York Times story says antivirus programs are useless because they are terrible at detecting threats. But the story is based on a misreading of an Imperva study — which only looks at new the ability to detect new viruses. The story also overlooks the fact that antivirus software can detect older threats that are just as dangerous as new ones,"
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NYT Twists Imperva Antivirus Study into Utter Nonsense

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