Malware attacks in Kenya fall 29 per cent in the year

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According to cybersecurity firm Kaspersky, ordinary malware threats can longer fly under security radars.

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What you need to know:

  • Cybersecurity firm Kaspersky said ordinary malware threats are no longer effective and cannot fly under security radars.
  • The firm said anomalous spyware attacks pose a new level of threat as they use the victim’s device to spread the spyware.

Malware attacks in Kenya have fallen 28.6 per cent this year attributed to introduction of new cybercrime fighting models, says a new study.

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