Lets's Talk Computers - McAfee  May 14, 2005
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Interview on May 14, 2005
Internet Security     Guest: Drew Carter
McAfee, Inc. is a leading supplier of network security and availability solutions. McAfee (NYSE: MFE), http://www.mcafee.com, creates best-of-breed computer security solutions that prevent intrusions on networks and protect computer systems from the next generation of blended attacks and threats. Security Expert for McAfee,

Drew Carter examines the need for products like the McAfee Internet Security Suite 7.0 that give consumers a comprehensive product for security while online. McAfee Internet Security Suite 7.0 includes the typical virus scanner and firewall we expect in any online product, but McAfee has also included an anti-spam product, a pop-up blocker, spyware/adware protection, identity protection, parental control options, and a shredder to protect you from desktop thieves.
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