If the maker of antivirus software wants to be successful, the software has to be as close to bulletproof as the maker can possibly make it. Nothing is perfect; we certainly should understand at this point that no software can be proven bug free and that no security posture is 100% risk-free. Based on this statement, what do you think it could be better to improve the antivirus software? How safe do you feel to use antivirus software in your organization, and what other precautions do you use to prevent virus, malware, etc.?
Answer the question with a minimum of 500 words.
Since it is so dangerous, why would designers install software into the kernel at all (or make use of kernel software)? If you were an antivirus designer or maker, what other methods do you utilize to prevent virus?
Answer the questions with an APA-formatted paper (Title page, body and references only). Your response should have a minimum of 500 words. Count the words only in the body of your response, not the references. A table of contents and abstract are not required.