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Microsoft Finally Fixes Anti-Virus Bug

We say "finally" because apparently Symantec was all over it weeks ago.

By the way, should we read anything at all into the fact that Microsoft, which is now more than a year into its effort to be a security vendor, had a "bug" that messed up certain Symantec applications? Hmm, should we? Probably not, but we do like to cause trouble when we can.

Posted by Lee Pender on 07/01/2008 at 1:22 PM


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