Online ads and user-generated content on Web 2.0 websites are becoming more popular in directing users to malware-infected content files, said Finjan.
Finjan's first half of 2008 Web Security Survey Report says 46% of respondents said their organisation didn't have a Web 2.0 security policy in place.
According to Finjan, code obfuscation remains cybercriminals' prefered attack technique.
Finjan says real-time content inspection is the optimal way to detect and block dynamically obfuscated code, and similar types of advanced cybercrime techniques. It analyses and understands the code embedded in web content or files in real time before it reaches the end-users.