Microsoft says sorry for AntiSpyware error

Microsoft has publicly apologized and compensated Web directory, one of MSN's main competitors in Holland, after the software giant's anti-spyware product incorrectly flagged the site as malicious.

A Microsoft representative confirmed on Thursday that the Windows AntiSpyware beta prevented people from setting Startpagina as their home page. The representative said this problem has now been fixed in the latest update of the program. "Microsoft has posted a notice on the Web sites of Microsoft Netherlands and Microsoft Belgium that includes an appeal to download the new version of Windows AntiSpyware and provides an apology for the difficulty this issue may have caused and its users," the representative said.

News source: C|Net

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