Posted by : Cebu Blogger Wednesday, November 18, 2009

As reported by Microsoft Australia chief security advisor Stuart Strathdee, business institutions must remain vigilant and continue to protect their computers for possible threats. Most of this security threats come from malware or malicious software [70%] and 30% come from "potentially unwanted software"

For Australian computers, the most dominant threat are "Trojans", followed by "Zango Search Assistant" adware. Here is the complete list of top 25 threats.


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1. Win32/Renos - 56,732 (downloads)
2. Win32/ZangoSearchAssistant - 46,266
3. Win32/Alureon - 43,043
4. ASX/Wimad - 27,948
5. Win32/Vundo - 23,352
6. Win32/FakeXPA - 22,867
7. Win32/Zlob - 22,610
8. Win32/ZangoShoppingreports - 21,794
9. Win32/Hotbar - 20,595
10. Win32/Agent - 19,990
11. Win32/Taterf -12,365
12. Win32/Yektel - 11,341
13. Win32/Conficker -10,663
14. Win32/Koobface - 10,625
15. Win32/FakeRean - 10,618
16. Win32/Winwebsec - 10,413
17. Win32/Tibs - 10,373
18. Win32/SeekmoSearchAssistant - 9,555
19. Win32/InternetAntivirus - 9,090
20. Win32/C2Lop Miscellaneous - 7,801
21. Win32/Obfuscator - 5,733
22. Win32/Frethog Password - 5,575
23. Win32/PowerRegScheduler - 5,522
24. Win32/RealVNC - 5,374
25. Win32/Small - 5,108

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