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Intel purchases McAfee


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Cold Titanium

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http://www.pcworld.i...ee_acquisition/

This is interesting. I wonder when hardware embedded anti-malware will start appearing.
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Troy

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It doesn't mean McAfee is any good still... :D

But what about DEP?
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I remember seeing that in August when it was announced because it was listed as the biggest mover on the NYSE for about 2 days. Their stock when from just below $30/share to over $47/share in just a matter of hours. I would have loved to have some insider information on that deal. :D
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Wow that is a huge jump. I don't have any shares or follow financials much, but even I know... wow... would have loved to have a heap of shares and sold after that move!
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No offense, but I have never found McAfee to be very good at its job. It always seemed slow and easily corrupted.
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