2009, virus evolution (based on F-prot virus detectión rate)

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  1. Lordman

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  2. Lordman

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    What do you mind?
     
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    What are you trying to tell us and where do you want us to go with these two links?:doubt:

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    I'm assuming the poster is trying to show that there were 400,000 "new" malware cases last year. I happen to think the 400,000 number is WAY off...but of course I also think upwards of 90% aren't "new" but only morphed versions of malware that was already out there
     
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    There was around 34.000 - 40.000 new samples EVERY DAY in 2009. Go calculate :D
     
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    the virus database will explode, LOL :p
     
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