Microsoft Malware Data Shows Trojans Rampant in USA

One week after the release of its Microsoft Security Essentials utility, Microsoft is sharing some very useful data on malware infections globally.In the first week alone, the tool counted four million detections on 535,752 distinct machines, with ID-theft related Trojans sitting atop the detected category in the US. China has lots of potentially unwanted software threats, and worms (particularly Conficker) are very active in Brazil.

One week after the release of its Microsoft Security Essentials utility, Microsoft is sharing some very useful data on malware infections globally.

In the first week alone, the tool counted four million detections on 535,752 distinct machines, with ID-theft related Trojans sitting atop the detected category in the US. China has lots of potentially unwanted software threats, and worms (particularly Conficker) are very active in Brazil.

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