McAfee will provide restitution to businesses hit by a faulty virus definition update that rendered computers unusable, the company has confirmed.
"Enterprise customers will get compensation tailored to each individual customer and will receive a combination including products, services and support," a McAfee spokesperson told ZDNet Australia's sister site ZDNet UK.
The problems arose on Wednesday last week when McAfee issued a definition update with a bug that caused Windows XP systems to repeatedly reboot or crash.
Read more on "McAfee to compensate businesses for buggy update" at ZDNet UK.
Yesterday, McAfee Australia had declined to comment on whether enterprise customers would receive compensation.