Symantec found that the average number of security threats on religious sites was around 115, while adult sites only carried around 25 threats per site – a particularly notable discrepancy considering that there are vastly more pornographic sites than religious ones.

Also, only 2.4 percent of adult sites were found to be infected with malware, compared to 20 percent of blogs.

Internet security reports from companies that also sell anti-virus solutions should be taken with a pinch of salt, given the potential of conflict of interest, but Symantec’s authoritative findings are nevertheless interesting.

Source: TechWorld