Most popular threats of 2013

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Sophos security expert James Lyne looks back at 2013 as reported by SophosLabs’ 2014 Threat Report.

One trend that stands out is the growing ability of malware authors to camouflage their attacks.

Sophos security expert James Lyne looks back at 2013 as reported by SophosLabs’ 2014 Threat Report.

One trend that stands out is the growing ability of malware authors to camouflage their attacks.

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