[iwar] news

From: Fred Cohen (fc@all.net)
Date: 2001-04-03 18:57:36

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[FC - preparations for war?]

Chinese Feds demand computer virus samples China's Ministry of Public
Security has been requiring Western anti-virus vendors to supply samples
of malicious code as a condition of doing business with Mainland
consumers, the Wall Street Journal reports.  The official Chinese
explanation would have us believe that the secret police have lately
gone into the consumer protection business by claiming that the samples
are necessary to enable the Feds to test the effectiveness of the
software being sold. 


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