AOL to Enter Security Arena

AOL is preparing to enter the security fray with a new software bundle that it plans to market to the general public, not just its subscribers, CNET News.com has learned.

The software, dubbed "Total Care," is expected to be available to software testers in the coming weeks, a source familiar with AOL's plans said. The product will include security and PC care features, matching Microsoft's recently launched Windows Live OneCare product and upcoming products from Symantec and McAfee, this person said.

News source: C|Net

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