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  1. #31
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    Actually, Cisco's scheme is a way to provide lock-in for Cisco and the big anti-virus companies. It lets Cisco sell new hardware, and lets the cabal decide which AV products get to be deployed on a corporate network. Not to mention, you suddenly need (useless) AV software for all your Linux, *BSD, MacOS, HP/UX, SunOS, etc. machines. This is a scam that provides just enough goodness that they may get away with it.

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    good point Striek

    If you want to be up-to-date you have to pay. (updates, patches etc.)
    If not, you will pay.
    Only the cost is diferent.

    I sure that you got my point.
    If you want to lead the people you must follow them.

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    Supply it free of charge, free of spyware and of good quality and it will be a hit, otherwise, they can go shove it!

    - Noia
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