How much of a problem has Ramnit malware caused for your company?
ablake 2 years ago
I haven't seen any examples of Ramnit, the malware that is the current Facebook spread virus/worm, infecting our machines, but given the number of people who use Facebook and the number of those who are shockingly careless, I assume it is a matter of time. How much of a serious threat has Ramnit proved to be so far?
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