The Washington Post reports that efforts to prevent returning students from infecting local university networks with viruses and worms obtained over the summer are now proving their worth. At George Mason University, for example, only 47 of 3,150 registered computers had security issues during the first two weeks of classes. (Note: This site requires registration.)...
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