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zombie

[zom′bē]
a supernatural power that supposedly can enter into and reanimate a corpse.
Drug slang A regional street term for
(1) PCP
(2) A heavy user of illicit drugs
Paranormal One of the ‘living dead’ of Haitian voodoo folklore
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Last year, another botnet named 'Mirai' broke targeted devices by guessing their 'admin passwords'.
All this existing research was been carried out the study about significant feature however the researcher does not focus on botnet detection.
Having been in the threat marketplace for several years, botnets are still successful today as they provide a powerful cloud computing network for hackers to spread malware and spam.
The best defense would be for everything online to run only secure software, so botnets couldn't be created in the first place.
A quick Google search and a PayPal account makes botnets readily available for just a few dozen dollars.
When publishing the discovery, ESET researchers also registered a domain acting as a C&C server for the backdoor component in order to estimate the botnet size and distribution.
The Zeus botnet is an example of a widely known botnet that is used for stealing individual and corporate credentials [7].
India, May 25 -- The Indian government is setting up a center under the 'Digital India' program that will be able to detect malicious programs and botnets and help device owners to remove harmful software for free.
For example, ZeuS [9] is a botnet that focuses onBlackberry, Symbian, and Windows platform users, and DroidDream [10] botnet affects Android-based devices.
A botnet is a network of computers coordinated by a single control
Server-side botnets are preying on web vulnerabilities and reflection and amplification tactics are allowing attackers to do more with less.
Summary: With the problem of botnets showing no signs of slowing down, can agencies tackle the issue independently?