Linux desktop growth could spur new malware activity

Friday, 21 April 2006, 2:10 PM EST

When the Indiana Department of Education began installing PCs running Linux in schools last year, it installed open-source antivirus software on servers to scan incoming e-mail. But it didn’t bother installing antivirus software on the desktop computers.

At Computerworld.

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