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Autotote to install protective software

Updated: November 16, 2002, 10:19 AM ET
By Matt Hegarty | Daily Racing Form

NEW YORK -- Autotote, the company whose computer security has been questioned during the Breeders' Cup pick six investigation, is installing a system to monitor the activities of people with access to its betting network, according to a letter that the company has sent to racetracks.

The system, which is manufactured by a Canadian company, eSuccess Solutions Inc., will "have an alarm function that will immediately notify specific personnel of any attempted tampering or alteration of data," ...

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