Malware Evolution: 2005, part two

Monday, 3 April 2006, 5:02 PM EST

This article is a continuation of a previous piece of analysis on malware evolution in 2005, published earlier this year. This second part examines the evolution of the criminal underground and provides an analysis of the current situation, together with examples and statistical data.

This information is intended primarily for IT security professionals with an interest in malicious software.

At Viruslist.

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