News Item from the New York Times:
Last week, Intel, which acquired McAfee in 2011, announced it was killing off the McAfee brand altogether, keeping only the company’s red shield logo intact. McAfee will now be known as Intel Security.
Analysts say the move is an apparent effort to separate the brand from its antivirus roots and from its founder, John McAfee, whohas gained notoriety for behavior that, at last count, included going on the lam after his neighbor in Belize was found dead, an arrest in Guatemala, a deportation to Miami and, finally, an expletive-laced video featuring Mr. McAfee trying to uninstall McAfee software while surrounded by scantily clad women, guns and “bath salts.”
The evil video can be found here: