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May 30, 2006 at 1:09 PM

When it rains, it pours consumer security services

First Microsoft announced OneCare, then Symantec began talking up Genesis. Now McAfee’s preparing to launch Falcon.

So far it’s a little FUD. OneCare has been in beta, Genesis is supposed to launch in September and McAfee’s announcement today was short on details — like dates and prices. The release said it “will soon release the industry’s first fully integrated consumer security service platform” and later said the Falcon’s coming this summer.

Comments | Topics: Microsoft, Security & privacy

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