Microsoft Updates Anti-Spyware Application

Microsoft today silently released an update to the companies popular Anti-Spyware application.

In a posting to Steve Dodson's Blog (Microsoft PSS Security), Steve announced that Beta build 613 had been released to Microsoft downloads.

The main improvements are that the software expiration has been extended to December 31, 2005, users who dock their start bar on the sides of their screen will now be able to read messages generated from Microsoft Windows AntiSpyware (beta) and improvements for removing spyware and spyware definitions.

Microsoft plans to finalise Windows Anti-Spyware by the end of the year.

Download: Windows Anti-Spyware Beta Build 613 Refresh

View: Steve Dobson's Weblog | Microsoft Anti-Spyware Home

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