- 94 percent of the fully undetected malware found on networks was delivered via web browsing or web proxies.
- 70 percent of malware left identifiers in their traffic or payload that can be used by security teams for detection.
- 40 percent of seemingly unique malware are actually repackaged versions of the same code.
- FTP is a highly-effective method for introducing malware to a network. 95 percent of malware delivered via FTP went undetected by antivirus solutions for more than 30 days.
- Modern malware is highly adept at remaining undetected on a host device. The review identified 30 different techniques for evading security and more than half of all malware behaviors were focused on remaining undetected.
Palo Alto Networks Research Shows Real-Time Apps And FTP Are Preferred Targets For Malware
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