Windows only: We've been keeping you up to date on Morro, Microsoft's free anti-malware now officially known as Microsoft Security Essentials, since it first hit the rumor-mill. If you're eager to try it out, it's available for download now. The catch is, Microsoft is capping MSE downloads at 75,000, and not offering it outside the US — though you might be able to pull off a few proxy-related tricks if you're keen. [Microsoft Security Essentials [Microsoft via ZDNet]
Microsoft Security Essentials (AKA Morro) Available For Download
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