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Jan 23 2014

Kaspersky Security Bulletin. Spam evolution 2013

Spam is changing and as traditional advertising declines we see far more fraud, malware and phishing.

Nov 05 2013

Spam in Q3 2013

The percentage of spam in total email traffic decreased by 2.4% from the second quarter of 2013 and came to 68.3%.

Aug 22 2013

Spam in July 2013

The percentage of spam in email traffic in July was up only 0.1 percentage points and averaged 71.2%

Aug 05 2013

Spam in Q2 2013

The percentage of spam in total email traffic increased by 4.2% from the first quarter of 2013 and came to at 70.7%.

Jun 20 2013

Spam in May 2013

May turned out to be fairly varied when it came to spammer creativity. In fraudulent and advertising messages the spammers made active use of well-known...

May 23 2013

Spam in April 2013

The percentage of spam in email traffic was up 2.1 percentage points compared with March and averaged 72.2%.

May 08 2013

Spam in Q1 2013

The percentage of spam in total mail traffic was up by 0.5 percentage points in the first quarter, averaging 66.5%.

Apr 18 2013

Spam in March 2013

The percentage of spam in email traffic was down 1 percentage point compared with February and averaged 70.1%

Mar 21 2013

Spam in February 2013

The percentage of spam in email traffic was up 12.8 percentage points compared with January and averaged 71.1%.

Feb 21 2013

Spam in January 2013

The percentage of spam in email traffic was down 7.7 percentage points compared with December and averaged 58.3%

Jan 24 2013

Spam in December 2012

The percentage of spam in email traffic was up 3.1 percentage points from November and averaged 66%.

Jan 21 2013

Kaspersky Security Bulletin: Spam Evolution 2012

The amount of spam fell throughout the course of the entire year. At the close of 2012, the percentage of spam settled at 72.1%, or 8.2% less than in 2011.