Posted by Oyya-Info on Tuesday, September 29, 2009,
A rise in malware has caused the number of infected PCs worldwide to
increase 15 percent just from August to September, says a report
released Tuesday from antivirus vendor Panda Security.
Across the globe, the average number of PCs hit by malware now
stands around 59 percent, an all-time high for the year. Among 29
countries tracked, the U.S. ranked ninth with slightly more than 58
percent of its PCs infected. Taiwan hit first place with an infection
ratio of 69 percent, while Norway came i...