Developers have until July 1 to let Microsoft know if they think their software shouldn’t be detected under the company’s new adware criteria, writes Michael Johnson on the Malware Protection Center blog.
Major changes to how adware will be assessed were announced a few months ago.
“This means that you have about a week to let us know if you think your program shouldn’t be detected,” Johnson writes.
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