Trends in Malware: 2007 Security Threat Report

The first six months of 2007 continued a trend of rapidly mutating virus and spam campaigns. Small targeted attacks were favored over large-scale attacks. The Web in particular continued to be a growing source of threats, being overrun with Trojans, spyware and adware, potentially unwanted applications, and undesirable web sites. Protect yourself: learn about our predictions for the upcoming threat landscape.
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