Saturday, November 05, 2005

Microsoft's AntiSpyware Rebranded 'Windows Defender'

Ryan Naraine writes in eWeek:

Microsoft Corp.'s Windows AntiSpyware technology has been renamed "Windows Defender" and has been expanded to detect and remove rootkits, keystroke loggers and other forms of malware.

The revamped application will be bundled into the Windows Vista operating system, but users will be free to choose a competing spyware protection product from a redesigned Windows Security Center.


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