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Our goal is to promote, develop, and encourage the use of minority-, women-, and disabled veteran-owned businesses (MWDVBEs) while maintaining best-in-class supply chain practices for obtaining goods and services.
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All McAfee suppliers providing or developing software for McAfee are expected to use industry recognized software security best practices that exceed or are substantially similar to the McAfee Product Security Practices including running software security testing prior to delivering any software release to McAfee.
Many businesses and organizations are unaware they may be using illegal software. Illegally distributing and using software is a significant problem that hurts McAfee and all software publishers. Our products, solutions, and services exist to assure the technology that powers your business is secure and available — from the desktop to the network core, and across the servers you rely on to deliver your competitive advantage. We want you to have the information you need so you get maximum value from our products — legally.
Software piracy is a significant problem costing the industry billions of dollars annually. McAfee is committed to educating our authorized users and, when necessary, bringing those violating our licenses into compliance. Please review our Anti-Piracy Policy