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Examining Korea’s Rollercoaster Threat Landscape

September 24th, 2013 No comments

The last time I wrote about the threat landscape in the Republic of Korea, its malware infection rate had increased six-fold in the first six months of 2012. Korea has had one of the most active threat landscapes in the world for many years. According to the latest data published in the Microsoft Security Intelligence Report Volume 14, the last half of 2012 was no different. Figure 1 provides the raw number of systems that were disinfected in Korea and other relatively active locations in each of the four quarters of 2012.  Read more

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