Tag: charts

US tops botnet charts 
By Eric Doyle | Oct 20, 2010 | Comment Now 
18.6% of spam.
UK tops EU internet usage charts 
Jun 7, 2007 | Comment Now 
The UK has the most active online population, with the highest average number of daily visitors, the highest usage days per month and the highest average time spent per month ...
New threats top April malware charts 
By Clement James | May 15, 2007 | Comment Now 
ESET, a security firm based in Bratislava, warned today that April showed "renewed vigour" in terms of malware threats.
Storm Worm crashes February malware charts 
By Matt Chapman | Mar 5, 2007 | Comment Now 
Malware disguises itself to look like harmless code.
Zhelatin mutants storm virus charts 
By Robert Jaques | Feb 14, 2007 | Comment Now 
Raft of new variants detected.
Dorf storms the malware charts 
By Robert Jaques | Feb 1, 2007 | Comment Now 
Accounts for almost 50 percent of all malware seen during January.
SQL Server tops wireless development charts 
By Clement James | Dec 20, 2006 | Comment Now 
Research makes happy reading in Redmond.
'Spyware' trumps 'poker' to top search charts 
By Clement James | Nov 17, 2006 | Comment Now 
The term 'spyware' has stormed to the top of the search charts, replacing previous favourites such as 'Pamela Anderson' and 'poker', and reflecting a growing awareness of IT ...
Netsky blown away in June virus charts 
By Matt Chapman | Jul 4, 2006 | Comment Now 
Netsky.q has been pushed off the top of the virus charts for the first time since 2004, according to monthly statistics released by Kaspersky Lab.
Netsky tops charts for fifth straight month 
By Marcia Savage | Aug 6, 2004 | Comment Now 
Netsky was the top virus in July, making it the fifth month in a row that the pesky virus was the number one threat, according to Postini, an email security vendor.
Mydoom tops the charts 
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