The days that net criminals could simply exploit security holes in Microsoft Windows are behind us. Now that Microsoft has pluged most of the low hanging security holes, hacker and worm authors are forced to divert their attention to some of the higher ones, which aren't limited to Microsoft's software.
Analyst firm Frost & Sullivan in a new report warned that hackers are increasingly targeting web applications with enterprises and recommends that firms start deploying so-called web application firewalls.
What more proof do you need that a lacking computer security is no longer a Microsoft monopoly?
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