Deployment and exploitation of deceptive honeybots in social networks

  title={Deployment and exploitation of deceptive honeybots in social networks},
  author={Q. Zhu and A. Clark and R. Poovendran and T. Başar},
  journal={52nd IEEE Conference on Decision and Control},
  • Q. Zhu, A. Clark, +1 author T. Başar
  • Published 2013
  • Computer Science
  • 52nd IEEE Conference on Decision and Control
  • As social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter are becoming increasingly popular, a growing number of malicious attacks, such as phishing and malware, are exploiting them. Among these attacks, social botnets have sophisticated infrastructure that leverages compromised user accounts, known as bots, to automate the creation of new social networking accounts for spamming and malware propagation. Traditional defense mechanisms are often passive and reactive to non-zero-day attacks. In this… CONTINUE READING
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