Kaspersky Labs: Virus Top Twenty for November 2005
The penultimate month of the year is always important for our end of year statistics. As a rule, if there isn't a new Top 20 leader in November, the picture for the outgoing year is almost complete - no matter what happens in December, it won't have an effect on the distribution of malicious programs as a whole.
November 2005 was unique for its stability. The six worms which lead the ratings in October retained their places. The stability is all the stranger given November's virus epidemic, which should have caused changes in the distribution at the top of the table. However, this didn't happen - I'll explain why below. company information
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