Microsoft Security Essentials

Microsoft Security – Essential?

People keep asking me about Microsoft’s newly released Security Essentials free anti-malware (formerly known as Morro). Randy and I both blogged about it at some length back in June – see http://www.eset.com/threat-center/blog/category/microsoft-security-essentials and http://www.eset.com/threat-center/blog/2009/08/03/more-free-lunches, for instance – but there’s still a lot of interest in the impact that the product is likely to have on ESET

Microsoft Beta Than ESET?

I really didn’t think that Microsoft’s beta AV product would necessitate three blogs: it is, after all, just a beta release. However, I was surprised just now to read an article by Mark Mayne of SC Magazine that claims the product is “going head-to-head with a range of AV vendors, from Symantec and McAfee through

Microsoft AV Revisited

Alex makes a couple of interesting points in his comment on Randy’s blog yesterday about Microsoft’s "Security Essentials" antivirus (as does Randy, of course, but there’s no surprise there.) Alex is suggesting, I think, that Security Essentials isn’t so much a freebie as a value-add to something you’ve already paid for (i.e. Windows). That’s a pretty interesting,

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