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February 8th, 2006, 01:16 AM #1Study Notes Decline in Internet Spyware
The study examined popular categories of Web sites including games, news and celebrity sites. Among the findings:
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- More 5 percent of executable files contain piggybacked spyware.
- One in 62 Internet domains performs "drive-by download attacks" to force spyware on users who simply visit the site.
- Game and celebrity Web sites appeared to pose the greatest risk for piggybacked spyware, while sites that offer pirated software topped the list for drive-by attacks.
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