Virus experts try to head off worms at the pass

08/27/2003 | NYTimes.com

Antivirus researchers say speed is key when it comes to thwarting computer virus attacks. One of the most popular tactics for detecting viruses involves setting up "honey pots," which are designed to serve as decoys for virus writers.

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