Microsoft's Hotmail ditches McAfee

Tuesday, 21 December 2004, 8:06 AM EST

Microsoft has switched from McAfee Inc.'s antivirus technology to Trend Micro's or its free Internet e-mail service MSN Hotmail.

Under the agreement announced by Trend Micro Monday, it will provide anti-virus technology to some 187 million Hotmail accounts worldwide.

At CIO Today.

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