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During our web crawls we sometimes come across bizarre findings or patterns we haven’t seen before.

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Just recently, Microsoft shut down the command-and-control infrastructure (C&C) of Win32/Nitol malware – one of the most active DDoS-performing malware families today. The take down, dubbed as “Operation b70“, was a great success. To amplify its disruption, DDoS:Win32/Nitol was included in this month’s Malicious Software Removal Tool (MSRT) release. Microsoft’s study [PDF] behind Operation b70 found […]

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Darkshell is a distributed denial of service (DDoS) botnet targeting Chinese websites. It was found in 2011 and was first analyzed by Arbor Networks. McAfee Labs recently analyzed a few new samples that turned out to be variants of Darkshell, and we found extensive variations in network traffic and control commands.The Darkshell bot follows a […]

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