Rogue software floods anti-spyware market

Wednesday, 25 April 2007, 2:59 PM EST

Malware writers are flooding the market with rogue anti-spyware applications in an attempt to steer consumers away from genuine security software and make money from selling bogus applications.

Download service Snapfiles told vnunet.com that the rogue applications outnumber genuine software by a factor of four to one.

At vnunet.

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