Globally, the average malware infection rate of computers was 33 percent, up from the first quarter, the report said. China had the highest rate, with more than half of the computers in the country infected.
Other countries above the global average included Turkey, Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador, Russia, Argentina, Taiwan, Slovenia and El Salvador. Europe and Japan had the lowest infection rates and the U.S. fell in the middle with 31 percent.
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