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Your computer is toast

When will a silver bullet come along that makes computers work as well as toasters?

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VB Comparative: Windows XP - June 2005

This month's testing process proved to be relatively plain sailing for VB's resident reviewer Matt Ham. Find out whether it was such a breeze for the 28 products on test.

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Computer Viruses for Dummies

Paul Baccas (Sophos)

Paul Baccas reviews: Computer Viruses for Dummies, by Peter Gregory

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The Art of Virus Research and Defense

Vanja Svajcer (Sophos)

Vanja Svajcer reviews: The Art of Virus Research and Defense, by Peter Ször.

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Fighting Spam for Dummies

Paul Baccas (Sophos)

Paul Baccas reviews: Fighting Spam for Dummies

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