Microsoft’s Spynet network has gained less than positive reviews at the show.
This is a company that has consistently said that open source can’t be taken seriously because it relies on amateurs to do its tech support.
Yet what is their answer to spyware? Not take the Symantec/McAfee route and invest in laboratories around the world to deal with new security threats but to rely on beta test volunteers as source material. Plenty of people are smelling a rat.
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