Despite Symantec's claims to the contrary, security researchers now believe that malicious developers can look at the leaked pcAnywhere source code and find vulnerabilities that can be exploited in current versions.

A researcher found that pcAnywhere's source code was relatively unchanged from 10 years ago, according to an anonymous submission to the InfoSec Institute Feb. 17. Most changes to the code over the past few years were made to ensure the software keeps running on newer versions of Microsoft Windows, according to the InfoSec Institute post. Read more.