Microsoft anti-virus?

Monday, 16 May 2005, 5:22 AM EST

We knew it was coming. Microsoft's entry into the anti-virus market is slated for next year, according to a Microsoft announcement yesterday and an article published today in the New York Times. The focus seems to be on a subscription service, one that will include updates for both spyware and viruses. Will this really shake up the security industry, as Microsoft spokespeople have begun to suggest?

By Kelly Martin at The Register.

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