Teenagers putting computers at risk

Tuesday, 11 July 2006, 12:47 AM EST

Almost 40 per cent of European teenagers are unconcerned by the risks of viruses and other threats when downloading music or video content, according to a survey by a security vendor.

The report by McAfee found that 56 per cent regularly use illegal file sharing sites like Kazaa and Limewire, which the security firm said were well-known sources of malicious content.

At vnunet.

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