Irish virus levels reach an all time high
For the third month in a row, virus rates in Ireland are up, with more than one in seven emails circulating here carrying a malicious payload. Data for September, compiled by IE Internet, puts the rate of infection at its highest level since the company began recording these figures two years ago.
In total, 15.72pc of Irish email traffic contained a worm or virus last month, up from 13.04pc recorded in August. It also just edges out figures for June 2005, which at the time were the highest-recorded levels of virus infection in Ireland. SiliconRepublic.com: Ireland's technology news service providing Irish tech news & analysis
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