Malware reports

Virus Top Twenty – July 2002

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

The percentage shown represents the percentage of registered incidences.

position virus percentage by occurrence
1 I-Worm.Klez
2 I-Worm.Lentin 9.24%
3 Win95.CIH 0.93%
4 I-Worm.Frethem 0.9%
5 I-Worm.Desos 0.28%
6 Win32.FunLove 0.15%
7 I-Worm.Hybris.b 0.12%
8 I-Worm.BadtransII 0.1%
9 I-Worm.Magistr 0.09%
10 Win32.Elkern.c 0.07%
11 I-Worm.HappyTime 0.07%
12 I-Worm.Kitro 0.06%
13 Win32.Kriz 0.05%
14 Macro.Word97.Thus 0.05%
15 Backdoor.VB 0.05%
16 I-Worm.Duni 0.03%
17 Backdoor.CyberSpy 0.03%
18 Backdoor.Casus 0.03%
19 Win95.Tecata 0.03%
20 Macro.Word97.Nori

To view the Top 20 List for June click here.

Virus Top Twenty – July 2002

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