Trojan-based attacks continue to be the biggest malware treat, a report from GFI Software has shown.

Trojans account for six of the top 10 malware threats of February and the report also confirmed the supremacy of Trojan.Win32.Generic!BT as the number one bug, growing from last month to 22.97 per cent of total detections.

Once in a user’s system, these Trojans, associated with fake security programs, perform a scan of the computer and produce false warnings so that victims who take the bait buy malicious security software.

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