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Free Antivirus Offered to Vista Testers

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With Windows Vista Beta 2 slated to become public through a Customer Preview Program in the coming weeks, testers may find themselves facing a major problem: many antivirus suites don't yet work with the new operating system. Computer Associates is aiming to remedy this issue by offering free copies of eTrust EZ for Vista.

The trial subscription will last for one year, at which customers will need to pay to continue receiving virus definition updates. With Microsoft planning to ship its own antivirus capabilities with Windows OneCare and Windows Live Safety Center, companies such as CA have been looking at ways -- such as free promotions --to ensure they still have a place on the desktop

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