Damballa Shows Failure of Most Anti-Viruses in Detecting Malware
Damballa the security company in its new "Q4 2014 State of Infections Report" says that anti-virus software can't detect 70% of contaminations from malicious software during one hour since attack. Moreover, they correctly identify just 66% of tell-tale signs of malicious software following repeat scan during 24 hours since contamination, while the figure increases to 72% during 7 days since attack. The anti-virus (AV) solutions take over 6 months for developing signatures for all malware, the security company indicates.
» SPAMfighter News - 2/19/2015
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