ESET releases its Threat Report of October 2013
Mumbai, India, November 26, 2013: ESET, a global provider of security solutions for businesses and consumers, identified and blocked new malware which entered into ESET worldwide users. According to the ESET Threat Report of October 2013, MSIL/Agent.AY, Win32/Virut.NBP and Win32/Bundpil.S are the new threats of October 2013.
ESET monthly reports also conveys, INF/Autorun,gen is the major threat aggressively penetrating since from many months among worldwide survey of 100 billion computer users. This malware is a generic detection for an “autorun.inf” file created by malware and it can spread through spam, email attachments, malicious websites, unsafe downloads and many other ways.
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