spydudeYou can’t blame Microsoft for making bad applications when their new “AntiSpyware”-Tool intentionally removed Internet Explorer. The application, which currently are in BETA stage, detected Internet Explorer as spyware, and removed the program from their systems.

Microsoft quickly pulled back the Beta version and it has now been replaced with a bit more tame version. Elias Weatherbee, a Microsoft representative, proclaimed that “It shows how powerful our AntiSpyware program is,” personally i think it said more about Internet Explorer then the power of the AntiSpyware-tool.

Related link:

http://www.microsoft.com/athome/security/spyware/software/default.mspx

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