viernes, febrero 04, 2005

Microsoft Antispyware

Lo contaba hace tiempo Javier Romero. Microsoft Antispyware detecta al propio Internet Exploiter como programa espía.

Lo bueno: que te lo desinstala.
Lo malo: que en Hasefroch se han dado cuenta y piensan solucionarlo en breve.

Es una pena, para una característica interesante que hay en uno de sus productos y piensan eliminarla. Qué triste =)

P.S: Al final me van a nombrar apóstol de Firefox, ya llevo unas cuantas personas evangelizadas.


Blogger FRUX said...

DesiNstala, bravido, desinstala.

11:49 a. m.  
Blogger Herzeleid said...

Gallifante adjudicado. Voy a corregirlo. Gracias.

6:55 p. m.  
Blogger Online Incomes said...

You have a nice blog here. Did you know
there Is A 90% Chance That Your Computer Has AdWare Or Spyware On It Right NOW!

Spyware and Adware viruses have rapidly become the number one threat to your computer with over 90% of computers already infected. These include trojans, bugs, ad serving software, monitoring software and more.
I also have a computer file transfer site-blog. It can help you find and get rid of spyware, adware plus other stuff pn your computer for good. Free downloads.
You should check it out if you get the time!

4:21 p. m.  
Anonymous Anónimo said...

I must say that without some of the information you have, would my computer be filled with spyware. I'm always looking for more information about anti free software spyware and I have bookmarked your blog among the must visit resources!

Keep the good work up!
More info about anti free software spyware here.

12:57 a. m.  
Blogger Brad said...

Your Blog is really good. Maybe you check out my delete spyware site.

8:44 p. m.  
Blogger Clickbank Mall said...

Nice blog. Have you seen your google rating? BlogFlux It's Free and you can add a Little Script to your site that will tell everyone your ranking. I think yours was a 3. I guess you'll have to check it out.

Computer News
Google plans instant-messaging system, report says

Google Inc. is set to introduce its own instant messaging system, the Los Angeles Times reported on Tuesday, marking the expansion by the Web search leader into text and also voice communications.

Citing unnamed sources "familiar with the service," the Los Angeles Times said that Google's Instant Messaging program would be called Google Talk and could be launched as early as Wednesday.

Google Talk goes beyond text-based instant messaging using a computer keyboard to let users hold voice conversations with other computer users, the newspaper quoted a source as saying.

A Google spokeswoman declined to comment on the company's product plans.

If confirmed, the combined computer text and voice-calling service would put Google in competition with a similar service pioneered by Skype, which has attracted tens of millions of users, especially in Europe, to its own service.

Separately, independent journalist Om Malik on his blog at pointed to technical clues that suggest Google is preparing to run an instant messaging service based on an open-source system known as Jabber.

Jabber technology would allow Google instant message users to connect with established IM systems that also work with Jabber, including America Online's ICQ and Apple Computer Inc.'s iChat, Malik said.

"This is the worst possible news for someone like Skype, because now they will be up against not two but three giants who want to offer a pale-version of Skype," he wrote.

Earlier this week, Google said it was branching out beyond pure search to help users manage e-mail, instant messages, news headlines and music. It introduced a new service called the Google Sidebar, a stand-alone software program that sits on a user's desktop and provides "live" information updates.

Over the past year or so, the company has expanded into e-mail, online maps, personalized news and more.

The product push comes as rivals Yahoo Inc., Microsoft Corp. and Time Warner Inc.'s AOL are all pushing to upgrade existing instant messaging systems and expand into new Internet phone-calling services.

Google's moves take it beyond its roots in Web search and closer to becoming a broad-based Internet media company.

With instant messaging, Google would be breaking into a market in which its major competitors boast tens of millions of subscribers to their established instant messaging services.

America Online, with its AIM and ICQ brands, counts more than 40 million IM users in the United States alone. Yahoo has around 20 million and Microsoft's MSN Messenger numbers some 14 million users, according to recent comScore Media Metrix data.

Copyright © - 2005 Entireweb


3:26 p. m.  
Anonymous Anónimo said...

Hey, Just came across your rory macafee blog. I also have a rory macafee site that may interest your readers. Would love you to stop by for feedback

11:39 p. m.  
Anonymous Anónimo said...

Informative blog you have here. Here is mine short term health insurance

5:19 a. m.  

Publicar un comentario

Links to this post:

Crear un enlace

<< Home

Licencia de Creative Commons
Esta obra está bajo una licencia Creative Commons.

Powered by Blogger