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Google's Transparency Report boosted by malware and phishing numbers

John E Dunn | July 1, 2013
Firm admits it still underestimates the problem.

"Internet users need to reflect on their own actions rather than resting on their laurels in the belief that the exposure of threats alone will keep them safe," said ESET UK's technical director, Mark James.

"Running anti-virus software alone doesn't necessarily mean it's possible to visit websites indiscriminately believing all malicious code will be detected. New attack methods are constantly in development."


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