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Malware Threat Reports Are "Apples and Oranges"
Ant writes “The December malware threat reports are trickling in from vendors — and they all appear to be different. Fortinet, Sunbelt Software, and Kaspersky all published their lists of the most prevalent malware strains for the last month of 2009, but they didn’t match up, leading to an admission that users will inevitably be confused by the results. Not only do the various security companies use different names for the threats they identify; they don’t even identify the same threats.”
Source: Malware Threat Reports Are "Apples and Oranges"
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