Aha, the govs are such the dumbs, so that they just walked into the AV-vendor offices: "Hey guys, we've just implemented a new pretty naughty piece of spyware, would you just don't detect it, please. We are the good guys, you know." Is that the picture? Oh maybe a virlab specialist, analysing hers 57th piece of malware a day sees a watermark in the body "The Great Country Government property. Do not detect." and skips it?
it could be happens, but not that easy you are talking about, we are sure they are not come in your office to say hey this is a spyware which we want use that in a cyberware against another country, so do not detect it ! no they will not do such thing, BUT , they could ask Doctor Web to whitelist a spyware, so please just let us know, what is Doctor Web statement if recieve such request !
as you can see in the news, Symantec-McAfee-Microsoft, didn't answer to this question ! which means they have something to hide. so what about you Doctor Web?
i personally trust you, BUT it would be great if you clear your statement once for ever regarding this request
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