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U.S. Balance of Trade Great -- for Malware!

We don't export like we used to. Koreans buy Kias, the Japanese purchase Nissans, Swedes get Saabs, and the rest of the world...well they just go for Toyotas.

But there's one area where we Americans apparently shine: malware. According to WhiteHat Security, U.S. servers now host more malware than anyone else. Guess it's time to finally stop blaming Bulgaria for all our security woes!

Posted by Doug Barney on December 11, 2008 at 11:53 AM


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