Careful with those job applications - new research from Star Internet has found that a growing number of corporate computer virus infections are caused by users submitting their CVs by e-mail. Many job applicants use their home accounts, or public e-mail services such as Hotmail, to send their CVs to companies to avoid detection at work. But users' home PCs are much more likely to lack virus protection than their work machines, leading to the infection of their CVs, and - if you're not careful - the corporate networks of the companies they send them to.
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