...as part of its system immunizations. It would then be a matter of educating the public to use this as an important security tool (as well as update the immunizations frequently). It'd be nice if its updates were automatic but it's freeware; what more can you ask? I also don't bother installing their 'TeaTimer' resident protection since I find it too annoying (as in Vista UAC annoying) despite its potential usefulness.
Unfortunately, education of safe security and computing practices is probably one of the biggest hurdles in securing the internet.
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