Computer viruses slow African expansion
Hampered by pirated software and super-slow download times, computer users in Africa are finding PC viruses hard to eradicate
Publisher: The Guardian
Date Written: 12/08/2009
Year Published: 2009
Resource Type: Article
Expense of anti-virus software means a majority of African computer's are rife with malware that can brutally cripple the users relying on those systems.
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