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Study: Few corporations use anti-spyware tools

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While a majority of companies are increasingly concerned about the growth of spyware on their employees' desktops, few are using anti-spyware technology, according to survey results released Wednesday.

In a nationwide survey of IT managers and executives, 70 percent expressed growing concern over spyware, yet fewer than than 10 percent have installed anti-spyware software, according to a statement issued by Webroot, the Boulder, Colo., security software company that commissioned the survey. The survey was conducted by Equation Research.

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