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Phil Lin, marketing director at network security firm FireEye Inc., said hackers could mimic Comcast's pop-up banner or the confirmation ads. And unsuspecting customers wouldn't know they should expect to see a confirmation from Comcast in the first place.
Excerpt....by Gar Warner, 11 October 2009-Comcast raises the bar for ISP BehaviorThere is one new news item I wanted to call attention to this weekend. According to Brian Krebs "Security Fix" column in the Washington Post Comcast, the largest residential Internet Service Provider, is beginning a new program to alert home PC users who might be infected with malicious bot software.Good job, Comcast! If we can get more Internet Service Providers monitoring for malicious software, we could dramatically reduce the number of infected computers. We look forward to hearing how this initiative impacts your customers!http://garwarner.blogspot.com/2009/10/weekend-of-old-news.html
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