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NetFlash: Microsoft to buy Romanian antivirus company

Jun 11, 20032 mins

On its face it doesn’t look like much. Microsoft makes an acquisition of a Romanian software company that’s small enough that the price is undisclosed. However, when you look closer, it’s clear that this is just the thin end of a wedge into the antivirus software market. Microsoft says antivirus companies have nothing to fear and will even benefit themselves, but it also says it plans to offer fee-based antivirus services.

Microsoft to buy Romanian antivirus company

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