It seems that the frequent leaks that make their way to the Internet are not limited anymore to various Windows 7 builds (read about the Windows 7 build 7260 leak here) but also to other Microsoft software products in the making. Latest leak is Microsoft’s new antivirus solution Morro which was announced only recently. Morro has been renamed to Microsoft Security Essentials recently and could become an integral part of the Windows 7 security.
Windows 7 lacks an antivirus software program and Microsoft Security Essentials is the product that aims to fill the gap. Microsoft Security Essentials has now been leaked to the Internet. Leaks are available for Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7. As Lee over at the Download Squad put it: Now it is possible to protect the leaked installations of Windows 7 with the leaked antivirus solution Microsoft Security Essentials. Oh, the irony.
Users who think about installing the security software should make sure they understand the implications. Microsoft Security Essentials is a product that has not been released yet which means that Microsoft will not be responsible for any problems that might occur.All Galleries | Windows 7 Galleries | Windows 8 Galleries