How much security will Microsoft be allowed?

Wednesday, 16 February 2005, 12:24 PM EST

Microsoft's announcements at the RSA conference are good news for Windows users, but one has to wonder if they'll really go through unchallenged.

Much of what Bill Gates (news - web sites) said is ambiguous, probably reflecting a certain amount of uncertainty about what they actually plan to deliver. But I definitely get the impression that they plan to offer both their AntiSpyware software and updates to it for free to (Genuine) Windows users. They will also sell a managed version of the product for larger networks.

By Larry Seltzer at Yahoo! News.

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