Alexander DeWitt, Jasna Kuljis
Security for All Until relatively recently, software security was of little concern to computer users. However, the media coverage of severe security breaches has made even relatively computer-illiterate users aware of possible dangers from malicious attacks and misuse to both their systems and sensitive personal information. There are many software packages available to combat these security threats. However, getting the general public to effectively use these toolsor to even consider doing sopresents many challenges, and the usability of such tools is a major factor. Given the above trend, it seems appropriate to suggest that security software should not be…
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