Volunteer to Change

Anti-virus Policy

Please read all of this policy carefully as it sets out our respective rights and obligations. As our policy is published on our website, by registering with us, use of our website or service or request or send ‘volunteer to Change’ information( either electronically or printed), we are entitled to assume that you have had the opportunity to read and have indeed read this plicy and agree to it.

Volunteer to Change may change its policies at ant time by posting changes online. Please review our policies regularly to ensure you are aware of any changes. Your continued registration and/or use of our services after any change is posted, means that you agree to be legally bound by our policies.

Volunteer to Change considers a virus to be an unwanted programme designed to disrupt the operation of a system, take control of it, or harvest what may be sensitive information stored on the system. For the purpose of this document Trojans, Worms, Spyware, Adware and Malware are considered to be classed as a virus.

Volunteer to Change has a zero tolerance virus policy.

Outgoing message or file

Volunteer to Change scans every mail or file that leaves our server or email system to see if it contains one or more virus(es). The virus scan automatically removes any virus it finds.

Volunteer to Change keeps the anti-virus software up to date and installs all new virus definitions as they are released.

No anti-virus programme can claim to be 100%. Volunteer to Change suggests that everyone uses their  own anti-virus programme, scans every file or email they receive from outside sources. This includes every file or email sent by Volunteer to Change.

In the unlikely event that you receive a virus from us, please delete the file or email as soon as possible and contact Volunteer to Change.

In coming message or file

Any message or file sent to Volunteer to Change is scanned automatically by our anti virus programme. In the event that we find a virus, Volunteer to Change will automatically delete the message or file and contact the sender as soon as possible.

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