Kaspersky Labs The Virus Top Twenty for April 2002
Posted on 06 May 2002.
Kaspersky Labs presents the latest top-20 list of the most wide-spread


malicious programs in April 2002.




The numbers represent the percentage of infections caused by certain


malicious programs in the overall number of virus incidents reported to Kaspersky Labs during April 2002.




I-Worm.Klez 94,5 %


I-Worm.BadtransII 1,5 %


Win32.Elkern.c 0,6 %


I-Worm.Sircam 0,6 %


I-Worm.HappyTime 0,4 %


I-Worm.LoveLetter 0,3 %


I-Worm.Hybris 0,2 %


Win95.CIH 0,2 %


I-Worm.Cervivec 0,2 %


Trojan.PSW.Delf 0,1 %


Trojan.PSW.Gip 0,1 %


I-Worm.Magistr 0,1 %


Macro.Word97.Thus 0,1 %


I-Worm.Gibe 0,1 %


I-Worm.Nimda 0,1 %


I-Worm.Stator 0,1 %


JS.Trojan.Seeker 0,1 %


Backdoor.Death 0,1 %


IIS-Worm.CodeRed 0,1 %


Backdoor.Osirdoor 0,1 %






Best Regards, Denis Zenkin


Head of Corporate Communications


Kaspersky Lab Ltd









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