__/ [rapskat] on Thursday 13 October 2005 17:26 \__
> "Grisoft, makers of the popular AVG Anti-Virus offering, has warned that
> it is "only a matter of time" before Linux becomes widely targeted by
> virus and malware writers.
> Michael Foreman, a partner at AVG UK, said: "In the past few years we have
> seen the use of enterprise Linux applications growing steadily, and it is
> only a matter of time before we can expect to see virus attacks
> specifically targeted at these users."
> Linux Users respond, "Bring it!"
In other news, PiggyWing Inc. had announced that within 5 years pigs will
fly. Their current sales are rather disappointing.
Could it simply be that AVG do not want to drive away their much-needed
investors? Can it be related to:
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