Since someone brought this to my attention, I'll share with the group.
Symantec's Norton Internet Security has an ActiveX security hole which
could be used to run an attack program that would then take control of the
computer that the software was trying to protect.
Also, Symantec's Antispam software has a similar issue with a different
ActiveX component flaw.
More information at:
If you have Symantec's Norton Internet Security or Antispam software you
can fix the flaws by running Live Update and installing the detected
Please note that Symantec's Norton Internet Security and Antispam products
are NOT installed onto your system via the on- or off-campus versions of
SAV available from the UVM software download page, and they are not CIT