Microsoft AntiSpyware deletes Internet Explorer

AntiSpyware   Windows users who downloaded and ran Microsoft’s beta security program, MS AntiSpyware, got a big surprise — the utility detected Internet Explorer as spyware and removed it. In related news, Symantec Antivirus Research was quoted as reporting that “virus sightings were down 95%.”

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