Four Handy botnet detection tools and techniques : A tutorial

Recently, my 3rd article got published in a security portal – searchsecurity.techtarget.in.

An overview:

It’s essential to know the difference between a bot and botnet before you can identify suitable botnet detection techniques and tools. While an autonomous program automatically performing tasks in the absence of a real user is known as a bot, a network of autonomous programs capable of acting on instructions is known as botnet. A few examplesof botnets include: Storm, Kraken, Conficker and Zeus, among others.

As botnets continue to gain momentum in the form of spam bots, click fraud, large-scale identity thefts and proxy nets and a large-scale distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks, it’s proving to be a challenge to defend against these intrusive autonomous programs. Generally, a botnet may display following behavior patterns like signature-based, anomaly-based, DNS-based and mining-based. This tip discusses how to effectively use various botnet detection techniques and tools.

For the full article : Kindly click on the link below

http://searchsecurity.techtarget.in/tip/Four-handy-botnet-detection-techniques-and-tools-A-tutorial

Thank You

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Posted on June 7, 2011, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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