By TOM PETERSTERPublished September 12, 2018 06:57:58The Internet is full of bots and hackers, but it also has some of the most sophisticated security systems in the world, a new report says.
The report, which analyzed the network security of more than 100,000 computers in the U.S., Canada, and Britain, said that while most of the computers had the same operating system, some had their operating systems compromised, allowing the malware to execute.
While most of these attacks are not the result of malicious actors, they can lead to damage to computer systems, financial losses, and loss of life, the report said.
The researchers said the researchers were able to identify more than 1,200 computers that were compromised, and that nearly a third of them had malware on them.
They said this is an indication of the large number of malicious machines that have been identified in recent years.
The authors of the report, from Johns Hopkins University and University College London, say that in order to be considered as a legitimate threat, these malware systems need to be in compliance with U.N. Security Council resolutions and other international regulations.
They said there is a lot of misinformation out there about malware that could be considered legitimate and also about how to avoid them.
But it’s a very difficult job.
And we need to get a better understanding of how the malware is doing,” said lead author Daniel Vetter, a professor at the school’s Department of Computer Science.