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Re: IBM report reviews Internet crime
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I was actually targeting this suggestion to those who
Then what about antivirus and antispyware. Why should one be favored over the other. How many providers are suggesting this. It has an outside view of product favoritism. Perhaps the marketing teams could suggest a few free ones e.g. Avast, AVG, Adaware. There is the potential to clean up a lot of the trash that comes in and out of the network but then what, I could see ISPs' call centers screening "I just installed AVG but I can't get it to work". Same goes for Firefox or any other product. Do you then look to support these.
I agree wholeheartedly that ISP's should step up to the plate considering their own resources are being abused and have the potential for some serious damage (imagine 70% of Cox, Comcast, TW being botnets aimed at your network). Sadly, this will be argued for a few more posts then deemed offtopic to be re-argued and unevaluated in the future.
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