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Zombie TV attack was dead easy
Poor password security blamed for Emergency System hack.
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White House seeks counsel on ISP industry code
IIA chief invited to meeting to discuss iCode.
May 30 2011 11:56AM
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Dec 1 2010 9:19AM
ACMA: 30,000 Australian PCs infected every day
Regulator working on new zombie-tracking portal for ISPs.
Nov 25 2010 7:05AM
Fifty ISPs harbour half the world's zombies
Report smashes link between broadband speeds and botnets.
Nov 15 2010 9:35AM
Conficker claims five million computers
The Conficker worm is still lurking around the internet four months after it supposedly peaked.
Aug 31 2009 11:29AM
Twitter used as botnet command-and-control hub
Researchers have discovered that Twitter messages were used to issue new instructions to bots.
Aug 17 2009 11:24AM
Botnet armies driving spam to new heights
More than 150,000 computers being infected every day, says McAfee.
Jul 30 2009 3:55PM
Botnet ranks continue to swell
The number of computers being infected for use in botnets has soared in recent months, according to McAfee.
May 5 2009 2:44PM
Zombie botnet targets iPhone buyers
'One of the most sophisticated' scams in recent times.
Jul 17 2007 6:47AM
US court throws book at zombie bot-masters
Two men charged with organised crime and money laundering.
Jul 11 2007 5:06PM
SANS Institute threatened in zombie spam message
The US SANS Internet Storm Center on Thursday received a malware sample that contained code with a not-so-endearing message for the organisation.
Feb 26 2007 5:27AM
Zombie botnets attack global DNS servers
Sustained attack launched last night.
Feb 8 2007 9:50AM
ISPs fear zombie attacks
Spam, security and service differentiation are causing headaches, according
to StreamShield’s research.
Jul 6 2006 11:57AM
Zombie hacker pleads guilty to hospital infection
A U.S. man has pleaded guilty of creating a zombie network of 50,000 computers to launch a devastating attack against a Seattle hospital.
May 8 2006 10:07AM
Australians go zombie hunting
A zombie-hunting program has been launched by the ACMA, in a bid to identify infected computers which have Australian internet addresses.
Nov 7 2005 2:44PM
US branded worst spamming nation as impact of zombie computers rises
Recent attempts to can spam in the United States appear to be paying off, with a newly published study reporting that the country now relays “substantially less” of the world's spam than it did a year ago.
Oct 18 2005 11:14AM
Zombie PCs spewing spam
Zombie PCs accounted for more than half of all spam in July, according to email security firm MX Logic.
Aug 10 2005 10:19PM
Big ISP = Big zombie army
Swathes of virus-infected PC’s are being hosted on some of the world’s biggest ISP’s including AOL, Bellsouth and Verizon.
Jun 15 2005 12:34PM
'Shocking' new zombie internet threat
An average of 172,009 new zombies surfaced on the internet every day this month, according to recently released research by CipherTrust.
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