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    Quote Originally Posted by dixit View Post
    Signed: Some guy from an envy competitor company
    Yeah, so they can surprise us with the first:p Too Bad So Sad

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    Quote Originally Posted by dixit View Post
    For a second I thought you were defending the haters! Till I clicked it

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    Hey I just contacted McAfee at http://www.McAfee.com/Mobile (there’s an official contact link) and they confirmed that this is a “technology beta test”.
    I just don't like ppl spreading FUD. Easy to verify the authenticity of the application (in case it wasn't clear before).

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    Yeah, it works too, as you can see in a previous post.


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    Default app is legit !

    Guys this app is legit and is from McAfee

    On my blog (iphonefreakz.com) they responded from a public verizon address, i reply'd with this information and asked them to post from within McAfee.

    They replyed with a source address in the NAI (network associates/McAfee) range. For me this is clear enough evidence that the app is legit.

    I also installed it, tested it and it does detect the demo virus.

    If i add all these up, the app is more than legit, but as McAfee also stated, this is still beta soft so be carefull when you try.

    Greetz,

    Multinova

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    Yeah it made my phone kind of slow. Apps launch slow, like SMS, and takes a LONG time to turn on...

    EDIT: YAY! 500th post!


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    That should happen only the first time you run an app. I noticed it (barely) only the first time an app is run.

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    McAfee has confirmed Stinger (Anti Malware)
    From Tuaw:
    Update 8:45 ET: In a "curiouser and curiouser" twist, we have some new info from McAfee on the iPhone AV application... which was indeed developed at McAfee, contrary to our earlier reports from their press representative. Here's what else has been confirmed:

    * The 'Stinger' mobile AV tool for iPhone is an internal project that somehow "got into the wild." It was not intended for release (indeed, since it was developed with the community toolchain, it would have to be rebuilt for the SDK).
    * They are happy with the positive feedback they're getting from users.
    * It was a proof of concept. They have no idea if they'll follow through with an actual product.
    * Corporate and consumer offices are in adjacent cities, which explains the domain registration issue.

    As we get additional details and some hands-on time with the tool we will update further.

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    That is cool. Although I wonder how it got leaked. It's good that people are aware now. But someone could try to make a virus just because this has been released...


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