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Antimalware Team Releases MSRT White Paper

Antimalware Team Releases MSRT White Paper

Hello there. I'm writing to you from the Microsoft TechEd conference in Boston. This event attracts over 10,000 attendees interested in learning about current and future Microsoft products. It's also a great place for getting feedback from our customers and we'll share some of that feedback next week.
Yesterday, the Microsoft Antimalware team released a new white paper entitled "Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool: Progress Made, Trends Observed". The paper highlights Microsoft's uniquely broad understanding of the malware landscape, illustrating how the tool has removed 16 million pieces of malicious software from 5.7 million unique computers from January 2005 to March 2006. On average, the tool has removed at least one instance of malicious software from every 311 computers it has run on. A core objective of Microsoft's release of the tool is reducing the impact of malicious software on Windows customers and the report describes how removals of 41 of the 61 malware families have decreased with 21 of those families exhibiting a decrease by more than 75%.

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Below find a picture of some of the antimalware team at TechEd. From left to right: Adam Overton (Group Program Manager), Mike Chan (Senior Product Manager), Matt Braverman (Program Manager), Jason Joyce (Program Manager), and Sterling Reasor (Program Manager).


 
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