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Trend Micro Calls Foul Over Microsoft Offering Free AV Software Via Windows Update

So malware authors would specially target MSE. QFT __________________ Lian Li PC-A71B/window side panelIntel i7 [email protected] 4.1Ghz + Noctua NH-D14 + 120mm Panaflo Ultra fan (push), Scythe S-Flex G fan (pull)24GB Corsair Vengeance Black DDR3 1600 (2x8GB+2x4GB)Gigabyte Z97X-UD3R Microsoft Update already offers security updates for Office and Windows Media Player. Zhivago View Public Profile Find More Posts by Dr. weblink

But that is malware collection with most of well known malware.The onus is, and always should be, on the consumer to know/figure out what they are dealing with. Site Changelog Community Forum Software by IP.Board Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Need an account? In addition, Microsoft has lots of resources behind it that most AVs do not have. Really will make me think 100 times before I renew my license , at this point I will never purchase any more anti-virus/ security product from panda. http://www.infoworld.com/article/2624146/microsoft-windows/trend-micro-calls-foul-over-microsoft-offering-free-av-software-via-windows-update.html

Not many people are geeks and would readily install MSE. or read our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. kepler View Public Profile Find More Posts by kepler kepler's System Specs CPUXPS M1710 Core 2 Duo Processor T720 GraphicsXPS 256MB NVIDIA GeForce Go 7900 GS Memory2048MB DDR2 667MHz (2x1024) Display17" What is your real problem?

Seriously they want what... 40 - 60ish bucks a year, in the long run it's more than i pay for the operating system. __________________ It is regrettable that many personal fortunes And we won't be offering anything, as we are not allowed by Microsoft to do that Reply Bov says: November 9, 2010 at 5:57 pm I agree. We say we agree in the need of improving security, but that this is not the best way, and we give a number of reasons, being one of them "Secure the Managing compliance is easier in the cloud Rules and standards change, requiring constant IT effort to maintain compliance.

Diversity in vendors *is* a good thing. Considering the threat level, I hope we'll see MSE enabled by default on new Windows installs. In fact, I believe Panda free Cloud is in this camp. http://aphnetworks.com/news/2010/11/5/trend-micro-calls-foul-over-microsoft-offering-free-av-windows-update Microsoft’s security resources should work on making the OS more secure, not just putting a band-aid on it.

Reply Rob Lewis says: November 9, 2010 at 1:57 am I don't think that there is much doubt that MS doesn't really care about security (as noted in Richard Clarke's book) Then the end user would have a real choice.The case in Europe about media player was also like this. If you guys actually did care about the users, you'd be more concerned with making your products ASLR/etc-friendly. MSSE is an *optional* update, you literally cannot have it automatically installed on your machine unless you go out of your way to select the *optional* update.

If you sell defragmentation software, you take into account the risk that next version of Windows might not need defragmentation. http://foamcage.com/microsoft-offers-free-antivirus-software-via-update-service-av-firm-cries-foul/ Cloud monitoring: Users review 5 top tools 16 top HR software suites compared 10 questions to ask IDaaS vendors before you buy Self-protection is key to Linux kernel security More Insider They are really good technologies but aren't enough, otherwise you wouldn't launch the Collective Intelligence. Seagate BarraCuda Pro ST10000DM0004 10TB...

Plus I watched a lot of House. http://mseedsoft.com/trend-micro/trend-micro-and-windows-defender-turned-off.html Because HouseCall 7.1 uses our latest technologies, we are anticipating frequent updates. Microsoft? Eventually, this giant cock is penetrating your gray matter, and you begin to lose control of your motor skills.

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I agree that Microsoft should list available AV software.

You were great in Full House. It is recommended that first-time users select the Quick Scan option, which is available in addition to the Full Scan or Folder Scan options. That person who is already shaking with fear would jump and install MSE.Its like a waitress deciding the dinner for me without showing me any menu. It also checks for malicious browser plug-ins and rootkits.

I'm kinda paranoid about losing everything I've worked hard on. Why can't they just pick one of the few (and heck ‘free') and be done with it? The problem is they are not and are not choosing anything despite the years of warnings and the security center taking them to pages of options from 3rd party companies for this content M³ CLL Events Whitepapers The Next Platform Data Centre Software Security Transformation DevOps Business Personal Tech Science Emergent Tech Bootnotes Alerts Newsletters We see you, ransomware flingers, testing out your baddest

The standalone application model frees HouseCall from browser dependencies. And laboratory tests do not equal real world circumstances. I'm sure of it.