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Are You in a Botnet? - Antivirus - About.com
A botnet is a collection of infected computers under the control of one or more attackers. These botnets are used for a variety of criminal purposes – all of which  ...
DDoS attacks, zombies, and botnets - Antivirus - About.com
Zombies or botnets are computers that have been compromised by attackers, generally through the use of Trojans, allowing these compromised systems to be  ...
Asprox Botnet - Antivirus - About.com
The Asprox botnet was originally used primarily for phishing scams. In 2008, the Asprox botnet began employing the bots to discover vulnerable Active Server ...
Botnet – A Definition of Botnet - Operations/Technology - About.com
Definition: Botnets are groups of computers connected to the Internet that have been taken over by a hacker. The hacker controls all the computers and they ...
Common Botnets - Antivirus - About.com
A botnet is a collection of compromised (infected) computers under the collective control of remote attackers. The malware on the infected computer is known as ...
Zeus Botnet - Antivirus - About.com
Zeus, often spelled ZeuS, is a crimeware botnet typically engaged in data theft. Zeus is also often referred to as Zbot. Zeus is not a single botnet nor a single ...
Storm Botnet - Antivirus - About.com
The Storm-infected computers (collectively, the Storm botnet) are outfitted with a spam relay component (to send spam through infected computers) and a peer ...
Botnet - Definition - C/C++/C - About.com
A botnet is a collection of Internet connected computers that have had software secretly installed that allows a remote controller to issue commands. These are ...
TDSS aka TDL: A Botnet Framework - Antivirus - About.com
TDSS aka TDL is a professionally written toolkit designed for profit. To infect as many computers with TDSS as possible, the authors of TDSS/TDL pay affiliates ...
Mariposa Botnet - Antivirus - About.com
In computer lingo, Mariposa is a botnet created by the Butterfly bot kit. Mariposa is typically spread via instant messaging, peer-to-peer file sharing networks and ...
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