Should Microsoft be in the anti-malware business?

Friday, 29 September 2006, 4:41 PM EST

Microsoft has a cadre of anti-malware tools. Most are free, but some current and forthcoming options are commercial. Any marketplace entry by the Redmond-based company becomes an immediate formidable foe lessening competitor profits.

Many analysts are asking if Microsoft, which could be blamed for creating the very insecurities that Windows malware is exploiting, should be able to reap additional profit from closing those same holes?

At InfoWorld.

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