Don’t get caught in the net

Viruses, trojan horses, worms: they are all out there trying to get into your computer and harm it, but there are ways to fight them. Jason Walsh reports

17th July, 2010
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In the past, computer security was really only an issue for major corporations and government departments that feared intruders wanted access to their systems. After all, who would have wanted to break into an un-networked computer used for little more than playing games?

Today, things have changed, and security has become an issue for everyone.

One security firm claims that almost 10 per cent of British computers and more than 12 per cent of US...

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