Researchers at Virus Bulletin have released the results of the latest VB100 computer security test, highlighting failures at a number of leading security vendors. Products from Sophos, Trend Micro and Kaspersky were among those that failed to protect fully against a collection of outdated viruses.
The December edition of the VB100 test subjected security software to 100 Windows 2000 viruses collected from labs and websites. "It was a shock and a concern to see such a poor performance from so many products in this latest round of testing," said John Hawes, a technical consultant at Virus Bulletin. "It is particularly disappointing to see so many major products missing significant real-world threats."
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