Hacker Report: More malware in 2011
Hacktivism and cyberwar, more profit-oriented malware, social media, social engineering and malicious codes with the ability to adapt to avoid detection will come on strong in the new year, according to a report by PandaLabs.
There will be few radical innovations in cyber crime next year. That is the good news. The bad news, however, is hacktivism and cyberwar, more profit-oriented malware, social media, social engineering and malicious codes with the ability to adapt to avoid detection will come on strong in the new year, according to a report by Spain-based anti-malware laboratory, PandaLabs.
“Once again we have dusted off the crystal ball and this is a summary of what we reckon will be the ten major security trends during 2011,” said Luis Corrons, Technical Director of PandaLabs.
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