Increase in infections for chinese

Posted by   Virus Bulletin on   Sep 21, 2004

87.9% Thats the number of malware infected computer users in China, according to their Minister of Public Security.

According to China's Ministry of Public Security, 87.9 per cent of computer users in China are affected by malware. The Ministry revealed the figure as part of the findings of its first national survey on Internet information security and computer viruses. Information for the survey was gathered from more than 7,000 organisations, including government bodies, financial and educational institutions and commercial organisations, as well as over 8,400 computer users. The 87.9 per cent infection rate among the computers of users in China is a two per cent increase from last year.

Posted on 21 September 2004 by Virus Bulletin

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