This week in pictures: Symantec's no good, rotten, very bad week

Demonstrators wearing anonymous masks participate in a sit-in protest near the Bank of Italy's headquarters in Rome. Credit: REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini

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Symantec's no good, horrible, very bad week

Security vendor Symantec has advised users of its pcAnywhere remote control software to disable it, because hackers with access to the product's source code could exploit security holes identified in the application. Read more.

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