Trend Micro to buy anti-spyware firm InterMute

Wednesday, 11 May 2005, 3:23 PM EST

Trend Micro today announced its intent to acquire privately held anti-spyware software provider InterMute Inc., which makes both consumer and enterprise SpySubtract products, for $15 million.

Traditionally an antivirus software vendor, Trend Micro just last month made available two anti-spyware products of its own, OfficeScan Anti-Spyware Suite for desktop and servers, and InterScan Anti-Spyware Suite for gateway-based spyware blocking.

By Ellen Messmer at Computerworld.

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