Protecting your data from the Trojan force

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So many application-level zero-day exploits exist today that the question is not whether your computers are safe but what's already running on them.

Users are often tricked into installing and executing malware using, for example, video codecs. Given the popularity of YouTube, chances are that some of your users have been infected by some form of malware.McAfee Avert Labs recently announced statistics that demonstrate the scale of the ...

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