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Symantec: Cyber fraudsters look for low-hanging fruit

t stuff, which has been good advice for a long time, is still the same [good] advice today.

The one thing I'll say is that Web applications, about 66 or 69 percent of all the vulnerabilities are in Web apps. You've got to bake security into the system-development life cycle. So that's one thing we probably can't emphasize enough because while the network perimeter has gotten harder, web a......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 04/25/07


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