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Microsoft has announced that its free anti-virus software programme, Microsoft Security Essentials, is one year old today, and is celebrating the fact that now over 30 million active users are using the service.
Microsoft has announced a new beta version of its free Security Essentials anti-virus and anti-malware protection software this week.
ExclusiveKaspersky's David Emm has admitted that Microsoft's free Security Essentials package will have a big effect on the anti-malware market but insisted that there is still room for companies to produce quality security software.
ExclusiveMicrosoft's free Security Essentials may well put pressure on other commercial anti-virus software companies, but it is more important to protect people's PCs according to the company's UK head of security Cliff Evans.