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Symantec Corp. said a 2006 breach led to the theft of the source code to its flagship Norton security software, reversing its previous position that it had not been hacked.
The world’s biggest maker of security software had previously said that hackers stole the code from a third party, but corrected that statement Tuesday after an investigation found that Symantec’s networks had been infiltrated.
The unknown hackers obtained the source code, or blueprint for its software, to Norton Antivirus Corporate Edition, Norton Internet Security, Norton Utilities, Norton GoBack and pcAnywhere, Symantec spokesman Cris Paden said…[more]