India outstripped the United States, China, Japan and Singapore for personal computer security, according to a recent study by McAfee. However, Internet penetration in India is much lower than the other top-rated countries
McAfee analyzed computer security in 24 countries. It found that, globally, 17 percent of personal computer users have no virus protection on their computers at all.
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