Modeling Botnets and Epidemic Malware

@article{Ajelli2010ModelingBA,
  title={Modeling Botnets and Epidemic Malware},
  author={Marco Ajelli and Renato Lo Cigno and Alberto Montresor},
  journal={2010 IEEE International Conference on Communications},
  year={2010},
  pages={1-5}
}
Botnets have become the most sophisticated and dangerous way of spreading malware. Their damaging actions can range from massive dispatching of e-mail messages, to denial of service attacks, to collection of private and sensitive information. Unlike standard computer viruses or worms, botnets spread silently without actively operating their damaging activity, and then are activated in a coordinated way to maximize the ``benefit'' of the malware. In this paper we propose two models based on… CONTINUE READING
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