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Espionage network GhostNet, first identified about a year ago, is much larger and more sophisticated than previously assumed according to a study entitled “Shadows in the Cloud”, by the Munk Centre for International Studies, the Information Warfare Monitor, the SecDev Group and the Shadowserver Foundation. Read the full article. [The H Security]
ISPs in Russia and Ukraine are home to some of the highest concentrations of customers whose machines are infected with the Conficker worm, shows data from the Shadowserver Foundation. Read the full article. [Washington Post]
They’re the Internet equivalent of storm chasers, spending endless hours scanning and sleuthing, looking for the telltale signs of botnets. Here’s an inside look at the battle against cybercrime’s weapons of mass infection. Read the full article. [CSOonline.com]
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