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A turn in the antispyware war? October 3, 2007 Center for Democracy and Technology's Ari Schwartz says the import of a recent ruling should be a boon to the global antispyware community.
Spyware fight attracts a crowd February 10, 2006 Four groups have come out swinging to combat the download nuisance--but will their efforts be self-defeating?
Webroot shuffles execs January 10, 2007 Security firm appoints former McAfee exec as CEO; ex-Symantec marketing chief becomes VP of corporate marketing.
Will security firms detect police spyware? July 17, 2007 A recent court case dealing with key loggers installed by the feds invites the question: will security companies put the interests of their customers first?Security firms on police spyware, in thei...
Spyware-killing Vista could take out rivals March 17, 2006 Updated OS has tougher tools than ever to fight sneaky programs. Some analysts think that spells trouble for anti-spyware makers. Images: Vista tackles spyware
Not all adware is badware April 6, 2006 Hotbar.com CEO Oren Dobronsky issues a challenge to purveyors of legitimate adware and ad-supported software.
Strong stances on security May 9, 2006 Symantec gets set for an "inevitable" battle with Microsoft, and a hacker gets nearly 5 years in prison.
Sponsored matches for "anti-spyware"