KSN Releases Malware Statistics For August 2008
In its 2nd month of data assembling, the Kaspersky Security Network (KSN) technology has divulged some major modifications in the prevalent malicious programs.
Though the data for July 2008 and August 2008 are different, the most famous parasite-Trojan.Win32.DNSChanger.ech- remained consistent. But, it is three times more widespread as compared to the program that has acquired the second position. This implies that the DNSChanger has caused large-scale devastation, particularly affecting the western European countries.
Also, August 2008 proved to be a good phase for Trojan installers as a series of the latest parasite grabbed 6 top places out of 10 detected infections. Further, the scenario in top 20 is different as many adware programs emerged among Trojan installers and Tr...
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