Telewest blacklisted for virus infestation

Wednesday, 11 May 2005, 3:11 PM EST

Telewest has announced that it will attempt to introduce a full set of security software services for customers this summer, after being blacklisted by the Spam Prevention Early Warning System.

The cable company was criticised after the anti-spam organisation, which advises firms around the world on which IP addresses to filter out, reported that its customers suffered very high levels of virus infections.

By Iain Thomson at Network IT Week.

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