According to eWeek, Microsoft's Greg Sullivan, lead Windows product manager, has confirmed that Windows Vista will include Microsoft's antispyware application. Microsoft MVP Robert Laws mentions at LonghornBlogs.com that Windows AntiSpyware is visible in the Security Center, but no code has been added yet. McLaws also posts an overview of what's new in the October CPT including new security features in IE 7, an improved phishing filter and ActiveX "Opt-in". The Windows Vista October CPT (Community Technology Preview)is available for enrolled beta testers and MSDN and TechNet subscribers.
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