Jul 29 2008
Oliver Day is guest posting over at Blogs.zdnet.com and has an interesting article on research into malware infections inside China. He discusses the data and the difficulty in making an accurate analysis of what that information means:
The percent of infections claiming to be from China are not an absolute measure and it is safe to assume that there are not only registrations originating from China claiming to be from other countries but also registrations from outside the country claiming to be Chinese. One of the general assumptions I’ve operated under is that the majority of the infections we see are not operated by those who profit from the infections.
Read more about infected Chinese sites here…