Gates maps out future for Microsoft anti-virus

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Gates maps out future for Microsoft anti-virus

Microsoft boss Bill Gates pledged further action to help users and firms improve security when he opened the RSA conference in San Francisco late February.

"The email vector continues to be the primary means of virus spread," he said. "We need to improve the [virus-] scanning capabilities. Having a single engine to do that scan is not sufficient." On the spyware front, Microsoft plans to bundle free anti-spyware capability with Windows. Gates ...

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