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Recently we released the Microsoft Security Intelligence Report volume 14. The report initially presented data showing reduced Java malware detections in Q3 2012 and gaining prevalence in Q4 of 2012. During a later review of the backend data, we found that we were missing some detection counts from our initial calculations. We have revised the […]

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2013

As we first reported in the Microsoft Security Report Volume 13, Keygens have become the number one threat reported by users of Microsoft antimalware products. The research also indicates that 76 percent of users that downloaded Keygen or software cracks were also exposed to other, more dangerous malware.  Keygens are typically not very dangerous on their own. However, […]

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To start the new year, we have added the Win32/Ganelp and Win32/Lefgroo families of worms to the January release of the Malicious Software Removal Tool. Win32/Ganelp spreads via removable drives, uploads stolen information and downloads arbitrary files from remote FTP servers. We have had detection signatures for this family for approximately 2 years and it continues to […]

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