Klez.I accounted for almost 20 percent of all incidents recorded in June. Following far behind in reported incidents were Elkern.C, Help, Sircam, Klez.F and Bck/SubSeven, each being responsible for less than five percent of attacks. Hybris and Nimda also appeared in June, but at a much lower percentage than previous months. Rounding out the Top Ten were Disemboweler and Kazoa.
+ W32/Klez.I 19.07%
+ W32/Elkern 4.84%
+ VBS/Help 3.43%
+ W32/Sircam 2.91%
+ W32/Klez.F 2.88%
+ Bck/SubSeven 2.13%
+ W32/Hybris 1.87%
+ W32/Nimda 1.74%
+ W32/Disemboweler 1.74%
+ W32/Kazoa 1.66%
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