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By John Leyden
The volume of 64-bit malware in the wild remains low even though computers running 64-bit operating systems became ubiquitous years ago.
The vast majority (93 per cent) of new computers sold worldwide operate on 64-bit Windows but most nasties were written to infect 32-bit systems, according to a new study by security firm Deep Instinct.