McAfee Says Microsoft Vista Security Is Questionable
McAfee's top executives went on the offensive Monday against Microsoft, saying Vista will be even less secure for customers than previous versions of Windows.
The day after McAfee took out a full-page advertisement in the Financial Times to publicly air its grievances over the security of Vista, McAfee Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) George Samenuk, Vice President and Chief Scientist George Heron and Chief Security Architect John Viega delivered the same message in person in New York. McAfee Says Microsoft Vista Security Is Questionable - Security Feed - Blog - CSO Magazine
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