Malwarebytes wins US case over 'potentially unwanted program' classification of vendor's software

Nicholas Fearn
Laughable case against Malwarebytes thrown out by US court

Laughable case against Malwarebytes thrown out by US court

Enigma Software's case against Malwarebytes thrown out

A US court has dismissed a lawsuit against security software maker Malwarebytes from a company that claimed that the classification of its software as "potentially unwanted programs" was a "tortious interference"...

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