Thursday, August 14, 2003

WSJ.com - Microsoft Tests Security Features, Amid String of Windows Attacks

WSJ.com - Microsoft Tests Security Features, Amid String of Windows Attacks "Microsoft's security product effort got new attention in June when the company said it would buy GeCAD Software with the intent of eventually selling customers virus protection as a paid subscription service.
But Microsoft appears to have something larger in mind: a soup-to-nuts computer-security service for Windows desktops. Such a service would pose a major threat to companies like Symantec, the maker of Norton security software, the leader in the consumer market, and Network Associates Inc., which makes the popular McAfee security software."
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