Just before the antivirus tycoon John McAfee was found dead in Spain, he told the public from prison that U.S. federal authorities seized all of his assets and he had “nothing.” Now a biographer who is writing a McAfee-based biography has corroborated McAfee’s story. The author Mark Eglinton says that McAfee was also unable to pay for the requested biography.
McAfee Wasn’t Able to Pay for Requested Biography Expenses
In 1987, John McAfee wrote the first commercial-grade antivirus software and by 1994 he sold his stake in the company and resigned. By 2007, reports show that McAfee’s net wealth peaked at $100 million but allegedly his funds quickly evaporated in the 2008 financial crisis.
A picture of John McAfee when he lived in Belize for a number of years. McAfee’s antivirus firm called McAfee was bought out by Intel in 2010 for $7.6 billion. After Intel changed the name of the company to “Intel Security,” McAfee made a statement