Symantec Says Stolen Code Puts pcAnywhere Users at Risk of Attack

"Symantec now says source code that was accessed by cyber intruders puts
users of the company's pcAnywhere software at increased risk of attacks.
Symantec is urging users for whom the software is not absolutely
necessary to disable it until a fix is available. The attackers accessed
source code related to 2006 versions of several Norton products and
pcAnywhere. While the Norton products have been updated and therefore
do not put users at risk, pcAnywhere does, contradicting earlier
statements Symantec had made that its products were not vulnerable
because of the theft."