The Internet threat alert status is currently normal. At present, no major epidemics or other serious incidents have been recorded by Kaspersky Lab’s monitoring service. Internet threat level: 1

Oct 22 2007

Spam Evolution: January – June 2007

Spammers once again made several attempts to modernize the technology used in creating graphical attachments in spam emails ("image spam") during the first six months of 2007

Aug 13 2007

Spam evolution: April – June 2007

Spammers are continuing to experiment with new ways of delivering graphics files to users. These include PDF attachments which contain spam

Aug 06 2007

Spam Report: June 2007

The spam situation is currently stable. Spam accounts for 70% - 80% of all email traffic. The monthly low was recorded on June 6 at 69.9%, and the monthly high was 78.4% on June 29

Jul 19 2007

Spam Report: May 2007

May saw a series of attacks against the Yandex.Money payment system.

Apr 07 2007

Spam evolution: January – March 2007

In the first quarter of 2007, the share of spam on the Russian Internet remained stable and amounted to 70% – 80% of all mail traffic.

Apr 05 2007

Spam report: March 2007

In early March, the Russian Internet saw the amount of real estate spam skyrocket, with offers for realtor services and announcements about renting or buying apartments, houses, warehouses, plots of land and more.

Mar 05 2007

Spam report: February 2007

In February spam with graphical attachments amounted to 27.2% of all spam, which is slightly less than in January.

Feb 27 2007

Kaspersky Security Bulletin 2006: Spam

This report provides an overview of the evolution of spam in 2006, covering types of spam, criminal tendencies and forecasts for the coming year.

Feb 02 2007

Spam report: January 2007

Overall the situation in January remained stable.

Sep 22 2006

Kaspersky Security Bulletin, January - June 2006: Spam Report

This report analyzes the volume and types of spam detected during the first half of 2006, and the new approaches and techniques used to send spam. Predictions regarding the future evolution of spam in the second half of the year are also included. The report is aimed at IT security professionals and users who are interested in the problem of spam.