Microsoft apologises for serving malware

Thursday, 22 February 2007, 12:12 AM EST

Microsoft has apologised for serving malware via its websites and Windows Live Messenger software.

APC reader Jackie Murphy reported the problem:

"With Microsoft launching Vista along with their Defender software to protect users from viruses and spyware, it seems therefore to be an oxymoron that they have started to putting paid changing banner advertisements for malware, on the popular MSN groups servers.

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