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Microsoft issues white paper to detail how its AntiSpyware software works to identify and suppress potentially harmful software.
March 16, 2005
4 Min Read
Microsoft this week described how its forthcoming anti-spyware software classifies potentially harmful software and the actions it will let users take to prevent spyware and other malicious software from damaging PCs. The Windows AntiSpyware security software, current in beta testing, uses a library of more than 100,000 threats to identify potential problems and make recommendations to users as to whether the questionable software should be ignored, quarantined, or removed.
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