Malware reports

The Virus Top Twenty for June 2002

Kaspersky Labs presents the Virus Top 20 for the month of June.

The percentage shown represents the percentage of registered incidences.

position virus percentage by occurrence
1 I-Worm.Klez
2 I-Worm.Lentin 10.5%
3 I-Worm.BadtransII 0.5%
4 I-Worm.Sircam.c 0.4%
5 Win95.CIH 0.4%
6 Win32.FunLove.4070 0.2%
7 PS-MPC-based 0.1%
8 I-Worm.Hybris.b 0.1%
9 Macro.Word97.Thus.ew 0.1%
10 I-Worm.Frethem.e 0.1%
11 Win32.Elkern.c 0.1%
12 Macro.Word.Concept 0.1%
13 G2-based 0.1%
14 Exploit.Applet.ActiveXComponent 0.1%
15 I-Worm.Magistr 0.1%
16 I-Worm.HappyTime 0.03%
17 Macro.Word.Cap 0.03%
18 Jerusalem.a 0.03%
19 DirII.1024.a
20 Win32.Weird.10240 0.03%

To view the Top 20 List for May click here.

The Virus Top Twenty for June 2002

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