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From: krispykringle at (Dan Margolis)
Subject: [HV-LOW] Symantec LiveUpdate issues may cause

If an attacker can spoof the signature file download site, he can
potentially do quite a bit worse than this (in that he can deny the
usability of the antivirus engine at all by providing a bogus
signature file). I'd think that some form of cryptography would be in
use to prevent this (either SSL or signing of the archives
themselves). Am I mistaken? 

(Caveat being that I don't use any anti-virus products of this nature,
so I really don't know.)

On Thu, Nov 04, 2004 at 03:56:02PM -0800, wrote:
> After downloading ZIP archive off the website (either legitimate
> Symantec website or a spoofed one controlled by attacker)

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