Intel Security is McAfee again

TECHCRUNCH | on Tue, Apr 4, 12:22 AM

If you were on the internet in a certain era, you remember McAfee. It was the defensive line between you and the rest of the internet, reminding you with incessant popups that you were not hacked, not quite yet, but only if you renewed your subscription right away. Then Intel bought the firewall company in 2010 for an eye-popping $7.68 billion[1] and billed it as Intel Security, and the name McAfee became more closely associated with the company’s founder, a man who retired to Belize only to ...

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