China more exposed

According to data from NetApplications.com, the IE 6 share of not even 10% of browsers used in the US, is 5 times less than the 50% of China; making the Chinese users more exposed.

The irony of the matter is that China is now even more exposed to the threats, which originates from China, and hacked Google, because about 62% of the sites hosting the malicious codes, are based in China.

50% of all browsers in China is the targeted IE 6

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