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April 22, 2004 By RealNetworks

How McAfee helps Facebook

McAfee helps Facebook in four ways: scanning and cleaning up malware, scanning and cleaning up adware, offering its security software for six months free, and scanning links on the social network.

May 1, 2012 by

News to know: DNS flaw; Amazon; Microsoft shakeup; Facebook

Notable headlines:Ryan Naraine: Researchers borrow from Google PageRank for network defense serviceAttack code published for DNS flawNate McFeters: |)ruid and HD Moore release part 2 of DNS exploit'Spam King' escapes from federal prisoniPhone vulnerable to phishing, spamming flawsZack Whittaker: Another student hacks another police websiteDancho Danchev: McAfee debunks recent vulnerabilities in AV software research, n.

July 23, 2008 by

E-mail gateway products get smart with spam

E-mail security technology got smarter this week as Mirapoint announced a new technique for filtering out spam and Network Associates enhanced the functionality of its McAfee security appliances.Perimeter e-mail security products generally scan incoming Internet traffic to look for e-mail messages that either contain viruses and pose a threat to the network, or conform to rules that expose them as spam.

May 25, 2004 by

Trend Micro releases PC security software

Antivirus company Trend Micro on Monday announced the latest version of its desktop protection software for consumers, PC-cillin Internet Security 2004. The product competes with Symantec's Norton Internet Security and Network Associates' McAfee security software and services.

October 27, 2003 by

Network Associates seals McAfee deal

Computer security company Network Associates said Friday it has completed an exchange offer and now owns 96 percent of the shares of, signaling that the long-negotiated acquisition is nearly closed.

September 13, 2002

SirCam virus termed "high risk"

The notorious W32/SirCam.Worm@mm worm is gaining momentum. McAfee Anti-Virus Emergency Response Team (AVERT), a division of virus software maker Network Associates Inc, today raised its risk assessment of the worm to "high" due to an increased number of infected users.

July 23, 2001 by

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