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Finland has a rather small population in which F-Secure has a relatively large market share. (Natch.) And every so often, something “big” will occur in such a way that Finland becomes a kind of statistical laboratory. Here’s a graph of malware detections (as in preventions) that occurred in Finland from November 24th to November 27th. […]

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Fake AV operators continue to change the graphic interface design on their malicious creations. Clones we’ve seen recently include “XP Antispyware Pro 2013,” “XP Defender 2013,” “XP Security 2013” and “XP Antivirus Pro 2013.” Download pages are detected by at least three AVG LinkScanner signatures. Since this is the time of year that legitimate AV […]

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Most rogue antivirus software displays an interface that is predominantly in English, with some presenting a few other European languages as well. However, this month one of the families added by MSRT is Win32/Onescan, a Korean fake antivirus scanner that is the most prevalent of the Asian language-based rogues.   Recently we noticed that several […]

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