Internet Industry Association funds anti-virus website

Monday, 9 February 2004, 8:47 PM EST

Australia's ISPs have called on local internet users to better protect themselves from viruses and worms, setting up a website that lets users download trial versions of anti-virus software.

The Internet Industry Association (IIA) - hoping to build on its popular No Spam initiative - has established a No Virus site offering free downloads of packages from McAfee, Trend Micro, Norman Antivirus and BitDefender.

By Simon Hayes at Australian IT

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