Symantec has found a piece of malware that is patching up flaws automatically on behalf of users.
New figures from Symantec show unsolicited messages dip to a 49.7 percent share - which is actually an improvement.
Only by combining big data with contextual, location and other personal data does it even begin to mean anything.
Symantec would like to break itself up into two companies focused on security and storage, respectively.
Users will be glad to hear Symantec plans to limit the amount of junkware users will be forced to wade through.
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