Microsoft Security Intelligence Report volume 7 - January - June 2009

Microsoft released seventh volume of the Microsoft Security Intelligence Report (SIRv7), which indicates that worm infections in enterprise rose by nearly 100% during first half of 2009 over preceding six months. Rogue security software remains a major threat to customers; however, 20% fewer customers were affected by rogue infections during past six months. In addition, […]

Microsoft released seventh volume of the Microsoft Security Intelligence Report (SIRv7), which indicates that worm infections in enterprise rose by nearly 100% during first half of 2009 over preceding six months. Rogue security software remains a major threat to customers; however, 20% fewer customers were affected by rogue infections during past six months. In addition, Zlob family of trojans, considered a top threat two years ago, has drastically declined due to Microsoft’s work to aggressively clean customer machines and customers’ diligence in applying software updates.

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