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World 27 Jul 2019 | 2:20 AM

Dominican Republic sends McAfee to Britain, without guns or yacht

SANTO DOMINGO (Reuters) - Tech guru John McAfee, creator of the eponymous antivirus computer software, has arrived in Britain from the Dominican Republic, where he was detained with his wife for entering the Caribbean nation with firearms on his yacht, his lawyer said on Friday.

World 26 Jul 2019 | 9:10 AM

McAfee detained in Dominican Republic, released after four days

SANTO DOMINGO (Reuters) - John McAfee, the eccentric creator of eponymous antivirus computer software, and an entourage were detained by Dominican immigration authorities for entering the country with a cache of firearms and ammunition, the Public Ministry said on Thursday.

TECH 26 Jul 2018 | 5:29 AM

Here’s a quick way to make RM400K – hack into John McAfee’s new crypto-wallet

McAfee anti-virus software company founder John McAfee is dead certain that his new cryptocurrency wallet Bitfi is ‘unhackable’.

TECH 06 Jul 2017 | 6:56 AM

Intel, John McAfee settle lawsuits over antivirus pioneer's name

John McAfee, the creator of eponymous antivirus computer software, has settled a lawsuit against Intel Corp over his right to use his name on other projects after the chipmaker bought his former company.

TECH 08 Sep 2016 | 6:30 AM

Intel to spin out security unit, sell stake in business to TPG

Intel Corp said it would spin out its cybersecurity division, formerly known as McAfee, and sell a majority stake in it to investment firm TPG for US$3.1bil (RM12.56bil) in cash.

Business 07 Sep 2016 | 11:05 PM

Intel to spin out security unit, sell stake in business to TPG for US$3.1bil

NEW YORK: Intel Corp said it would spin out its cyber security division, formerly known as McAfee, and sell a majority stake in it to investment firm TPG for US$3.1 billion in cash.

TECH 16 Aug 2016 | 8:43 AM

Software maverick McAfee warns China of hacking weakness

China leads the world in connecting everyday devices to the Internet, but is creating huge hacking vulnerabilities for itself and others by doing so, renegade American software pioneer John McAfee warned.