Most URLs Dropping Malware Belong To China

Mr. Niels Provos, Senior Staff Engineer at Google, while speaking to a gathering at the Usenix Security Conference on July 30, 2008, revealed the results of malicious content analysis done by Google. He said that 67% of various sites that surreptitiously plant malicious programs onto visitors' systems and 64% of all the hijacked servers are based in China, as reported by Cnet on July 30, 2008.

Further, as per the malware analysis, a majority of malware on the 67% of the malicious sites is a result of drive-by download operations through URLs that try to exploit users and install malware without consent of the use...

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