The Threat Landscape Shifts Significantly in the European Union

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    https://blogs.technet.com/b/securit...he-european-union-part-1.aspx?Redirected=true
     
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    Re: The Threat Landscape Shifts Significantly in the European Union - Part 1

    https://blogs.technet.com/b/securit...he-european-union-part-2.aspx?Redirected=true
     
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    Re: The Threat Landscape Shifts Significantly in the European Union - Part 1

    Thanks Ron.
     
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    Re: The Threat Landscape Shifts Significantly in the European Union - Part 1

    You're very welcome G1111
     
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    Re: The Threat Landscape Shifts Significantly in the European Union - Part 1

    Part Three.
     
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    hi
    As said Control Machete...Si Senor...

    rgds
     
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    High adsl/cable internet penetration, large % of pop. do online banking, relatively high savings.
    And of course as always; '...upwards of 60% of Java installations are never up to the current patch level. Since so many computers aren’t updated, even older exploits can be used to compromise victims'. link, combined with updated Blacole link et al.
    Unfortunate but logical.
     
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    The analysis is interesting, but I find it funny that Microsoft considers Win32/Keygen and Win32/Wpakill as threats to the user, when in fact they are a threat to Microsoft and other software companies in general. Considering this element, the analisys for countries like Romania (where the piracy rate is very high) is biased towards an upper infection rate.
     
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