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Related Party Transactions and Outside Related Director Information

McAfee, Inc. (MFE)

4/11/2006 Proxy Information

From December 1997 to April 1998, Leslie G. Denend was President of McAfee, Inc.

From December 1997 to April 1998, Mr. Denend was president of McFee, Inc.

4/11/2005 Proxy Information

From December 1997 to April 1998, Leslie G. Denend was President of McAfee, Inc.

During 2004, Ms. Amanda Hodges, the wife of our president, Gene Hodges, was employed by us as senior director of North American human resources. Ms. Hodges was paid an aggregate salary of $144,564 and a discretionary bonus of $36,691 for her services during the year. During 2004, Ms. Hodges also received option grants totaling 1,000 shares. Ms. Hodges retired from the company in December 2004.

4/9/2004 Proxy Information

Leslie G. Denend served as President of Network Associates, Inc. from December 1997 to May 1998.

Under the terms of Mr. SamenukÕs employment agreement, we agreed to loan Mr. Samenuk the funds necessary to pay the taxes due on each vesting date for the 400,000 shares of stock subject to vesting granted to Mr. Samenuk on January 3, 2001. We also agreed to loan Mr. Samenuk the funds necessary to pay the taxes due on the 3,000 shares of stock granted to Mr. Samenuk on January 15, 2002. In accordance with the provisions of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, no additional loans were made to Mr. Samenuk after July 30, 2002. In 2001 and 2002 we extended a total of 5 separate loans to Mr. Samenuk in an aggregate amount of $1,079,028. Each loan had a two-year maturity and bore interest at the applicable federal rate. The loans were full recourse and secured by Mr. SamenukÕs 400,000 shares of stock subject to vesting and 3,000 shares of stock. The last remaining loan was fully repaid in October 2003.

During 2003, Ms. Amanda Hodges, the wife of our president, Gene Hodges, was employed by us as senior director of North American human resources. Ms. Hodges was paid an aggregate salary of $157,500 and a discretionary bonus of $38,686 for her services during the year. During 2003, Ms. Hodges also received option grants totaling 4,000 shares.

11/14/2003 Proxy Information

Under the terms of Mr. SamenukÕs employment agreement, we agreed to loan Mr. Samenuk the funds necessary to pay the taxes due on each vesting date for the 400,000 shares of stock subject to vesting granted to Mr. Samenuk on January 3, 2001. We also agreed to loan Mr. Samenuk the funds necessary to pay the taxes due on the 3,000 shares of stock granted to Mr. Samenuk on January 15, 2002. In accordance with the provisions of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, no additional loans were made to Mr. Samenuk after July 30, 2002. In 2001 and 2002 we extended a total of 5 separate loans to Mr. Samenuk in an aggregate amount of $1,079,028. Each loan had a two-year maturity and bore interest at the applicable federal rate. The loans were full recourse and secured by Mr. SamenukÕs 400,000 shares of stock subject to vesting and 3,000 shares of stock. The last remaining loan was fully repaid in October 2003.

Under the terms of Mr. MatinÕs employment agreement, we agreed to loan Mr. Matin the funds necessary to pay the taxes due upon the exercise of his 100,000 share option grant. In 2001, we extended a $864,413 loan to Mr. Matin. This loan had a two-year maturity and bore interest at the applicable federal rate. The loan was full recourse and secured by Mr. MatinÕs 100,000 shares. The loan was fully repaid in June 2002.

Certain Transactions

During 2002, Ms. Amanda Hodges, the wife of our president, Gene Hodges, was employed by us as senior director of North American human resources. Ms. Hodges was paid an aggregate salary of $137,499 and a discretionary bonus of $31,750 for her services during the year. During 2002, Ms. Hodges also received option grants totaling 12,500 shares.