Finnish anti-virus software company F-secure has announced its third quarter revenues to be up by 85 per cent to E5.9m (£3.6m).
The growth was accelerated by demand for wireless security software, according to the company. A company statement said it expects revenues in the fourth quarters to top those in the third.
Finnish software makers have all had a tumultuous ride recently. Heavyweights such as Tiedonhallinta, TietoEnator and Novo have all issued profit warnings in 2000.