Trend Micro will begin shipping its Certified for Windows Vista internet security suite on 30 January.
The security firm's Internet Security 2007 has been available for Windows XP and older versions since September 2006. But the full suite will shortly be made available for Vista users.
For Windows Vista consumers just wanting antivirus and anti-spyware, the company announced that the Certified for Windows Vista Trend Micro AntiVirus plus AntiSpyware 2007 will be available on the same day.
The Vista product incorporates the Trend Micro PC-cillin engine and anti-malware protection along with a host of new features addressing root-kits, spyware, phishing, spam, hacking, viruses, Wi-Fi attacks, smartphone threats and the growing number of ID threats.
The subscription also includes TrendSecure online security services.
Ben Fathi, corporate vice president of the Security Technology Unit at Microsoft, said: "Our security partners play a vital role in the early adoption, development and delivery of Microsoft technologies."
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