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Malware-as-a-Service

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charanreddy   2/23/2015 9:05:00 PM
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Client communication with the Capfire4 portal's control panel is via HTTPS using a valid SSL certificate. When the command-and-control server issues commands to compromised machines in the client's botnet, it does so using port 9000 and a custom protocol.

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RobD   8/27/2012 4:33:47 PM
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@kicheko Still, another example of the Wild Wild West Internet.

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RobD   8/27/2012 4:31:59 PM
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@Horizon777 Yes, try to explain this to a teenage or young-adult user of the Internet. I don't know how many times I heard "I ran a scan but <insert AV here> didn't catch anything!" every time one of mine complained about things running slow (usually prefaced by "did you make any changes?" aimed in my direction) which more often than not turned a simple look into a multi-hour sanitization process.

I may have had my car cleaned for free a number of times, but as long as the behavior persisted, the problems remained.

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Agile   6/30/2012 5:40:31 PM
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I must admit when I saw the title of the Keith's blog - I had to take a double take - Malware as a Service ?     Why of course, and we should have seen this coming.  The Net is becoming more dangerous by the minute.


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