Symantec Investigates Stolen Source Code, Recommends Disabling pcAnywhere

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axiomatic

Why pay for potentially compromised antivirus source code when the free antivirus tools are better anyway? The free tools virus definitions are updated more regularly as well.

Symantecs product was a bloated resource hog anyway.

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Scatter

Norton products stopped being a resource hog about 4 years ago.

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aaronj2906

The article I read says to stop using pcAny, not SAV/NAV/Endpoint. While I have no problem bashing the antivirus product name, this is a pcAnywhere article.

Unrelated...

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MastaGuy

I disagree
Symantec's Norton 360 is lightning fast and doesn't hog resources as much as McAfee

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