Microsoft says it's focusing on educating PC buyers and reaching out to hardware-makers to stem counterfeit software in China. A Microsoft forensic survey revealed that of 169 PCs purchased in China for the study, 59% were infected with malware and 72% had browser settings that would drive users to scam and phishing websites.
Microsoft targets software piracy in China
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