Web attacks get personal

Wednesday, 28 March 2007, 11:39 AM EST

Malware purveyors are increasingly tailoring their virus distribution and attack techniques to take advantage of different classes of end-users, according to researchers with the Internet Security Systems' X-Force team at IBM.

Top experts with the Atlanta-based research operation said that malware writers, phishing scheme operators, and botnet herders are more frequently employing so-called personalization tools to make their attacks more effective.

At InfoWorld.

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