We have long viewed malware as a means to disable computers, steal credit card numbers, or pilfer other intellectual property. The recent discovery of the Stuxnet worm shows us a whole new way bad guys can get into our companies, government offices, or even military installations.
Some of you may know that we’ve become increasingly unimpressed with the anti-malware software that we’ve been recommending to customers for the last six years. A six-week turnaround between our discovery of a new virus on a customer’s computer and its addition to the virus-detection-and-removal database of world’s largest anti-malware software producer sealed the deal. We had to find a better solution for malware protection.