Thursday, March 02, 2006

Sophos fixes false positive in OSX/Inqtana-B detection

Seems that Sophos have been a little too keen to talk up the Apple virus threat: Sophos fixes false positive in OSX/Inqtana-B detection

Just this weekend a friend of mine said his Sophos had detected a virus on his Mac. Unsurprisingly the telephone tech support at Sophos told him not to delete any files. I guess now we know why! Nice one Sophos.

2 Comments:

At 11:31 pm, Blogger James said...

Don’t even get me started . . . (>_<)

Who on earth suggested that he install Sophos in the first place!!?? Hehe . . .

 
At 10:53 am, Blogger Paul said...

I wonder... I can understand why though, his old windows laptop which he donated to his son was so overloaded with viruses that it too AVG about 6 hours to fix!

 

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