http://it.slashdot.org/it/05/02/27/1522245.shtml?tid=154&tid=218<br><br>Microsoft AntiSpyware thinks Firefox is Spyware<br>Mozilla<br>IT<br>Posted by CmdrTaco on Sunday February 27, @11:01AM<br>from the most-worms-are-spread-via-outlook dept.<br>brightertimes writes "It seems that microsoft's new AntiSpyware (beta) is now advising users to remove Firefox on their computers.. A Zeropaid.com thread shows the offending screenshot in action. Once your scanning has been done, if Firefox is found on your computer it provides the user with a "high" threat level and advising removal due to of lack of security updates."<br><br>http://img95.exs.cx/img95/272/mozillaadware4vs.png<br><br>----<br>:)
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