Comodo Captures Mutated Malware on Video
Jersey City, NJ, April 01, 2009 – “I was able to get in touch with a support group of remorseful hackers and was able to persuade them to stop being such baddies,” said Melih Abdulhayoglu, the jocose CEO of Comodo Security Solutions, Inc. Comodo’s Malware Detection Laboratory has identified a new kind of mutating malware, which has evolved to fortify computers against other malware, much like an antibody. Unprecedented video footage is available
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