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Microsoft Anti-Spyware Beta Due 16th January
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 1/06/2005 10:09:00 AM.

According to computerworld.com story Microsoft is on target to release a public beta of antispyware software by Jan. 16, one month after it acquired the software by purchasing Giant Company Software Inc., but it will delay promised antispam and antivirus improvements to the Exchange e-mail server.

According to a Microsoft spokeswoman, the company is on target to release a public beta of antispyware software by Jan. 16, one month after it acquired the software by purchasing Giant Company Software Inc. At the same time, Microsoft is delaying elements of Exchange Edge Services, a package of e-mail security technologies, until the next major release of Exchange Server, according to a statement sent to reporters last month.

Microsoft plans to release a free evaluation version of the Giant AntiSpyware software within a month of its Dec. 16 purchase of Giant, but a spokeswoman declined to give an exact release date or detail the functions included in the release program. At the time of the Giant purchase, Microsoft said the beta would run on Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 systems. It plans to use that public beta to collect and evaluate customer feedback and decide how it wants to distribute the antispyware product in the future.


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2 Comments:

  • The Beta was released on the 6th, and going to push a full version on the 11th.

    It is still technically going to be a "beta" and will be free until July 31st, after that there will most likely be a subscription required to get the updates.

    By Blogger Dream, at 1/10/2005 09:08:00 PM  

  • The Beta was released on the 6th, and going to push a full version on the 11th.

    It is still technically going to be a "beta" and will be free until July 31st, after that there will most likely be a subscription required to get the updates.

    By Blogger Dream, at 1/10/2005 09:08:00 PM  

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