Chinese hackers wake up to malware riches

Friday, 16 March 2007, 1:03 AM EST

Security researchers are noticing an increase in malware originating from China, which is adding to the challenge of investigating online pests.

"The last 3-4 months there has been a slow increase in Chinese malware. It used to be the odd file every now and then. Now it's almost every day," said Chris Boyd, director of malware research with security vendor Facetime Communications.

At vnunet.com

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