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McAfee announced McAfee VirusScan Enterprise 8.5 and McAfee AntiSpyware Enterprise 8.5 support for Microsoft Windows Vista

SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- McAfee, Inc. (NYSE: MFE) today announced McAfee(R) VirusScan(R) Enterprise 8.5 and McAfee AntiSpyware(TM) Enterprise 8.5 support for Microsoft Windows Vista(TM), to provide customers with advanced, proactive protection from viruses, worms, spyware, adware, rootkits, hacker attacks and exploits. The updated products

go beyond simply offering protection via a database of signatures, using advanced technology that protects systems from both known and unknown threats.

"McAfee is committed to supporting its customers with Windows Vista compatibility," said Rees Johnson, vice president of product management, McAfee, Inc. "The ever-changing threat environment is a real issue for our customers. McAfee VirusScan Enterprise and McAfee AntiSpyware Enterprise provide our business users with a more effective way to minimize risks from security threats."

"We are thrilled with the tremendous support and excitement we are seeing from our partners around the world in support of the business availability launch of the 2007 Office system, Exchange Server 2007 and Windows Vista," said Rob Bernard, general manager, Worldwide ISV Group, Microsoft. "Our partners play a vital role in the early adoption, development and delivery of Microsoft technologies. By working closely with partners like McAfee, we are

helping to provide our mutual customers with a high quality product, seamless technology integration, and improved user experiences."

McAfee Inc. (NYSE: MFE)

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