Win 7 malware spikes, drops for XP

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Win 7 malware spikes, drops for XP
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Vulnerabilities continue to decline, and exploits are getting more difficult.

Malware targeting Windows 7 surged but dropped off for XP in the second half of 2010, Microsoft reports. The findings are part of Microsoft’s tenth Security Intelligence Report issued overnight which collected data from some 600 million computers and the most popular web services. It ...
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