Aug 08 2011
The experts at Kaspersky Lab present their monthly report about malicious activity on users’ computers and on the Internet.
Jul 06 2011
The following statistics were compiled in June using data from computers running Kaspersky Lab products: 249,345,057 network attacks blocked.
Jun 06 2011
The following statistics were compiled in May using data from computers running Kaspersky Lab products 242,663,383 network attacks blocked.
May 03 2011
221,305,841 network attacks blocked
Apr 05 2011
The following statistics were compiled in March using data from computers running Kaspersky Lab products: 241,151,171 network attacks blocked
Mar 03 2011
The following statistics were compiled in February using data from computers running Kaspersky Lab products
Feb 03 2011
The majority of malware will attempt to conceal its presence on users’ computers and function without the users’ knowledge, especially the more sophisticated types.
Jan 03 2011
The tactics used by the cybercriminals remained the same. Surfing the web is still a dangerous pastime, while social engineering is routinely used to entice users into opening malicious links or downloading malicious or fraudulent programs.
Dec 02 2010
By far the biggest threat to users this month was drive-by downloads. This type of attack can result in users’ computers being infected even when visiting legitimate sites.
Nov 03 2010
Overall, October was relatively quiet, although there were a few incidents worthy of note. Virus.Win32.Murofet, which infected a large number of PE files, was detected at the beginning of the month.
Oct 05 2010
There are relatively few new malicious programs in either ranking. It is, however, worth highlighting a new ‘bundle’: Trojan-Dropper.Win32.Sality.cx which installs Virus.Win32.Sality.bh to an infected computer.
Sep 01 2010
In August, there was a significant increase in exploits of the CVE-2010-2568 vulnerability.