The security research firm known that first
came to prominence in 2001 after having discovered the gaping security
hole in Microsoft Internet Information Services exploited by the worm
it dubbed “Code Red,” has thrown its hat all the way into the security
software ring. This morning, eEye becomes an anti-virus company, going
to bat against Symantec and McAfee, and integrating Norman anti-virus
technology into its Blink Professional security suite.