Five Places Where Malware Hides

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Click through to see the five most common hiding places for malware.

Malware has to live somewhere. And while some Web filtering solutions can detect known malware hosts, most malware hides in sites that are otherwise benign. According to a report from Blue Coat Systems, the five most commonly compromised Web sites range from online storage to -- surprise -- adult content. Click through this slideshow for more information.
 

Related Topics : Security Breaches, Vulnerabilities and Patches, Application Security, Spyware, Pharming

 
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