Report: Number of unique malware families climbs 61% over first half of 2016

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The number of unique malware families found actively attacking business networks grew 61 percent from January 2016 to June, with 2,420 distinct threats detected last month, according to Check Point Software Technologies' June Threat Index.

Check Point's latest numbers also revealed that the Conficker worm remains the most commonly used malware, accounting for 14 percent of recognized attacks in June. 

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