ACMA Malware Research Highlights Threat

04 10 2013

The ACMA recently published the results of a report into public awareness of malware, which showed that 49% of people didn’t believe that they would be a victim of malware.

Malware is short for ‘malicious software’ and includes threats such as trojans, worms, keyloggers and ransonware.

The ACMA report also found that 18% of computer users either had no protective software or did not update the protective software that they had, while 88% of people provide financial information online.

The results of the research highlight the public ignorance of serious online threats.

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