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The future of software industry

Massive threats to personal computers will become irrelevant. Most programs will be developed by a small group of large corporations who will take control of not only devices and operating systems, which they design by themselves, but also the entire range of programs for the average user. This will prevent the emergence of a free and uncontrolled market-circulating of third-party program developers and eliminate the possibility of installing malicious code. Freelance programmers are rare enthusiasts barely able to earn a living. Computer attacks won’t disappear, but they will be much more complicated and expensive. It will become more difficult to “infect” a naive user will a virus, but easy to cheat him using fishing or advertising of a fake product. Brand new fields, such as neural network security, will emerge.

Former anti-virus companies will continue to provide security, operating under the same brand names, but their products and services will no longer be visible. Security technologies will be implemented in virtually all things by default: from individual chips to urban management systems. In most cases, these security systems will be hidden from the public eye.

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Blixen Ssbm No the year is 20XX where anyone can be the best with fox 06 Feb 2019
Heng Mc Will kapersky a insurance broker company? Who will insurance the global brokers companies? 06 Feb 2019
Maxwell Thurber No, that should NEVER be allowed to happen. Freelance software engineering is the main reason technology is developing so fast. Prices for basic services like internet would be SEVERELY inflated and the average consumer would quickly be priced out, similar to how many people today can't afford health insurance. Not only that but nobody can stop individuals from learning to code/develop software. It is bound to happen. If this does become reality, then coding will develop a sort of black market, or be done in secret kind of like drinking and Prohibition. Coding Speakeasy's of sorts would arise to try and prevent people from having to pay a company HUGE amounts of money to take courses to learn what would by then be a basic if not very useful skill. Big companies CAN NOT be allowed to monopolize the computer/software development industry. 06 Feb 2019