Antivirus subscription prices climb

Thursday, 11 November 2004, 12:11 AM EST

Troublesome Trojan horses, virulent worms, nasty viruses--sometimes it may seem like the Internet exists just to let the bad guys attack your PC.

If you're on the ball, you already have a subscription to protective antivirus software that you renew annually. Now some of the leading makers of this type of software want you to upgrade--and not just to the latest version. They're eager to nudge users over to full Internet security suites that add antispam, firewall, and intrusion-detection components to basic antivirus features.

By Paul Roberts at Info World.

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