Tuesday, December 4, 2012

'I'm foolish,' fugitive anti-virus pioneer: McAfee

A while ago Silicon Buzzard, like many other blog related to technology, published the news that that the anti-virus pioneer John McAfee was being sought by Belize authorities in connection with the murder of his neighbor. Since then McAfee remains a fugitive and has not surrendered himself to the Police in Belize.

However, recently he has given many a interview to world media, telling them that he is innocent. 

Of late, in a recent interview to CNN, the anti virus pioneer  described himself as a "foolish man" on Sunday. "If I were smart, would I be here?" a gaunt-looking McAfee told CNN reporter Martin Savidge.

The CNN interview, conducted at an undisclosed location in Belize, was the latest of several McAfee has granted to major news outlets since going on the lam several weeks ago.

Police in Belize want to question McAfee in connection with the shooting death of his neighbor, Gregory Faul, a 52-year old American expatriate who was found dead in his home on November 1.


It may be added that McAfee founded McAfee Inc., now a subsidiary of Intel, in 1987. Though it's believed that he has made hundreds of millions of dollars from that venture, he has had little association with anti-virus company in recent years.

Read more about it at: Computer World

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