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Tettnang, 31 August 2010 â€“ IT security expert Avira conducted a survey of computer users worldwide in July which shows that more than 1 in 3 people admit that “when it comes to security, all websites are equally dangerous, all over the Internet.”
In the survey, which was posed to Aviraâ€™s 100 million customers worldwide, a random sampling of users were asked â€œWhere do you suspect is the greatest danger of malware infection on the Internet?â€ There were 3,325 responses which broke down in the following manner:
â€œOn one hand, itâ€™s encouraging to see that over 33 percent of our user base has learned that security threats can come from any website, but itâ€™s also a statement on our society at large when 1 out of every 3 people canâ€™t trust any of the websites they visit,â€ said Sorin Mustaca, data security expert of Avira GmbH. â€œOur survey shows that consumers are becoming increasingly aware of the dangers they can be exposed to while browsing, and we at Avira are very happy to be able to help our users to stay safe while surfing the Internet.â€
The German IT security expert has its headquarters in Tettnang on Lake Constance and maintains several offices throughout the world. Avira employs around 300 people and its free Avira AntiVir Personal antivirus protection represents a significant contribution towards security and is used by over 100 million private users.
The domestic and international clientele is formed by well known companies listed on the stock exchange, many small and medium-sized companies, as well as educational establishments and government authorities. Apart from protecting the virtual environment, Avira promotes the Auerbach Foundation for greater security in the real world. The Auerbach Foundation supports charitable and social projects, as well as art, culture and science.
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