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BitSight claimed that more than 90% of the infected machines were running Windows 7 and the number of machines running XP was "insignificant".

BitSight told Reuters that it had analyzed 160,000 computer and found that 67% of infected machines were running Windows 7.

"When it comes to cyber risk, the mismatch between perception and reality is great. Natural optimism bias combined with a lack of understanding of cyber risk can lead business executives believing...