A look at Microsoft AntiSpyware

Friday, 14 January 2005, 12:04 PM EST

Microsoft is now in the antispyware business with the launch of a free beta version of Microsoft AntiSpyware. The software is now available in a beta release and covers all the basics a PC user needs when it comes to spyware and adware detection and removal.

In fact, Microsoft AntiSpyware, downloadable here, really is a collection of security and privacy tools that bundles a host of features, such as one that alerts you if someone tries to piggyback bandwidth off your wireless network.

By Tom Spring at PC World.

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