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Elderly zombie Asprox botnet STILL mauling biz bods, says survey

2014/12/11

The Register - (International) A report by Palo Alto Networks found that the Asprox botnet (also known as Kuluoz) was responsible for around 80 percent of recorded attacks during October across almost 2,000 organizations in sectors including the healthcare, financial services, and retail industries. The botnet malware plants malicious code in vulnerable Web sites via SQL injection attacks and has been used in phishing, malware distribution, and other attacks.

Source: http://www.theregister.co.uk/2014/12/11/asprox_malware_mauls_business/

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