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Thanks Richard for the correction in your comment. I think I was mislead by the mention of Mariposa Botnet and APT in the same paragraph on several posts. But when re-reading it again, it does not make a connection between the two (except maybe that the usual security devices failed on both).
"The big news at the show had to do with the takedown of the Mariposa botnet -- a massive network of hacked computers that has infectedhalf of the Fortune 100 companies. So-called advanced persistent threat (APT) attacks, such as the one that compromised Google systems in early December, were another hot topic.
Both Mariposa and the Google attacks illustrate the same thing, however. Despite billions of dollars in security spending, it's still surprisingly hard to keep corporate networks safe."
The Mariposa botnet is not APT.ReplyDelete