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Security startup Dasient joins Twitter to apply it malware-fighting platform to the "world's largest real-time information network."
Start-up launched by ex-Googlers is offering a free alert service for when sites are blacklisted for hosting malware, as well as a fee-based malware-monitoring service.
Drive-by downloads are the preferred method for delivering malware, overtaking the use of spam and e-mail attachments, Dasient says.
As more users get hit by "drive-by downloads" and "malvertising," companies like Armorize and Dasient offer services to help keep surfers safe.
Nearly 6 million Web pages are infected with malware, double previous estimates earlier in the year, Dasient says.