Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 6th Mar 2007 15:52 UTC, submitted by SReilly
Windows Microsoft's Live OneCare security software has failed tests which check how well it spots and stops malicious programs designed to attack Windows. OneCare was the only failure among 17 anti-virus programs tested by the AV Comparatives organisation. Microsoft's software only spotted 82.4% of the 500000 viruses that the independent group subjected it to. The test is the second in less than a month that Microsoft's anti-virus software has failed.
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Sure, I found it first ;-)
by frik85 on Tue 6th Mar 2007 22:17 UTC in reply to "Off Topic"
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The link to OSNews v4 website might have been mistake.

OSNews v4 is not really ready for public, there are still several bugs and security flaws plus missing features. Especially IE user up to version 6 have troubles viewing current v4 implementation.

My take: It's better to wait a few more weeks, until everything has been finished and stress tested.

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