The latest Kaspersky Labs analysis of Information Security Threats in the Second Quarter of 2010 is essential reading. It’s by far the best of the vendor research summaries of malware trends.
This edition has an interesting ZeuS Trojan, as well some interesting observations on the growing threat to non-Windows platforms. Most interesting, however, are the remarks about the low level of attacks on Australian machines, which is attributed to the fact that ISPs down under refrain from providing Internet access to computers without antivirus protection or firewall installed. It’s a lesson for the rest of the world.