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

Nicholas Fearn
clock
Laughable case against Malwarebytes thrown out by US court
Image:

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"...

To continue reading this article...

Join Computing

  • Unlimited access to real-time news, analysis and opinion from the technology industry
  • Receive important and breaking news in our daily newsletter
  • Be the first to hear about our events and awards programmes
  • Join live member only interviews with IT leaders at the ‘IT Lounge’; your chance to ask your burning tech questions and have them answered
  • Access to the Computing Delta hub providing market intelligence and research
  • Receive our members-only newsletter with exclusive opinion pieces from senior IT Leaders

Join now

 

Already a Computing member?

Login