VB announces Virus Bulletin for Kindle

Posted by   Virus Bulletin on   Apr 19, 2011

VB joins the e-book generation.

With millions of people now using e-book readers as a convenient way to read while on the go - or simply to cut down on bookshelf space - VB is offering Virus Bulletin subscribers the chance to download the magazine in .prc format.

Issues of Virus Bulletin published within the last six months are available to VB subscribers only; those published more than six months ago are available to all registered users of the site.

Kindle versions are currently available for issues of Virus Bulletin dating back to January 2010.

Subscribers can download the .prc files from the 'Kindle' link in the right-hand menu of each month's issue (click 'view as HTML' then look for the link in the 'Magazine' menu on the right-hand side).

For a taster, VB is offering the October 2010 issue to download free of charge and with no registration required here.

For details of how to subscribe to Virus Bulletin click here.

Posted on 20 April 2011 by Virus Bulletin


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