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SPAM decline hides Java attacks growth
We were prepared for it. SPAM tends to decrease slowly
in the recent months. But according to Cisco, Java attacks (more
direct, more violent, more technically intense) are developping
and we have to admit that all sorts of attacks appear on web sites
and in emails.
A few statistics about SPAM in 2010
The most interesting ones grouped in a tidy little
- 90% of spam is in English. A year ago it was 96%, so spam is
getting more “international.”
- 88% of all spam is sent from botnets (networks of compromised
PCs). The first three of them (Rustock, Cutwail, Maazben) group
more than 2.5 million PC.
- 91% of spam contains some form of link.
- 2/3 of of all spam is related to pharmaceutical products.
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