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Microsoft seeks testers for antivirus service.
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 6/21/2005 09:03:00 PM.

Microsoft has begun soliciting testers for OneCare Live, the company's subscription antivirus and anti-spyware service.

In an online posting seeking people to try out the service, Microsoft said that it plans to start testing this summer.

"This new service will be entering its beta testing phase in a few weeks," the company said on its OneCare Web site. A Microsoft representative was not immediately able to offer further details on the testing or say when the final service will be ready.

OneCare is set to combine the anti-spyware software that Microsoft has already been publicly testing along with antivirus and firewall software. Microsoft has not announced pricing for OneCare.

Microsoft announced its plans for the service in May. The company has been testing it among Microsoft employees since then, but has said it would begin testing it with outside customers in the summer or fall.

At this time, participation in the Windows OneCare Live Beta is limited to invitation only. Throughout the next few months, however, we'll be expanding the beta to include more and more participants. If you are interested in becoming a beta participant, please visit the Microsoft Beta site and fill out the Windows OneCare beta nomination form. When prompted for a Guest ID, type in OneCare (case sensitive).

At this time, the Windows OneCare Live Beta is open to U.S. residents only.

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