Microsoft announced today that, according to a new study, businesses will spend $500 million in 2014 to deal with malware issues in pirated software, while individual consumers will spend $25 billion.
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Microsoft has announced its Digital Crimes Unit will be using Windows Azure as the basis for its Cyber Threat Intelligence Program, made to offer information to ISPs on known botnet malware infections
A newly discovered malware attack has been identified, with the distribution system posing as an email that claims it comes from Microsoft's Digital Crimes Unit.