Will Microsoft corrupt the security sector?
With the wreckage of Netscape, Lotus and Borland in its rear view mirror, Microsoft now seems to have another group of software vendors in its sights, ready to run them down: antivirus vendors.
That at least is the accusation made by Alex Eckelberry, chief executive of Sunbelt Software, which makes antispyware products. "It's bad enough that Microsoft is getting in to all aspects of security. But now they are going to kill their competition through predatory pricing," he wrote on a blog posting... Guardian Unlimited Technology | Technology | Will Microsoft corrupt the security sector?
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