Analysts reveal shortcomings of Bing malware filtering

04/12/2013 | ZDNet

Users of Microsoft's Bing search engine are more susceptible to receiving malware-infected results than those who use competing platforms such as Google, analysts have found. German antivirus firm AV-Test analyzed roughly 11 million searches conducted through Bing and found that 1,285 of them returned potentially malicious results, compared with just 272 malware-infected websites delivered by Google.

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