Security vendors: Windows OneCare won't cut it
Security vendors are charging that Microsoft Corp.'s pending antivirus product and upgrades to its next-generation operating system, Windows Vista, won't be enough to guard against rising threats from viruses and criminal malware.
In June, Microsoft is set to release Windows OneCare Live, a product that combines antivirus, antispyware, PC tuning and backup capabilities. It will retail for $49.95 per year, a price that puts the product squarely in competition with a range of antivirus software products. Security vendors: Windows OneCare won't cut it - Computerworld
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