[WING] [NRG] Notification: NRG Meeting: Catch me if you can: Botnets as fast flux se... @ Mon Dec 8, 2014 11am - 12pm (NRG at BU)

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Title: NRG Meeting: Catch me if you can: Botnets as fast flux services  
(William Koch)
Title: Catch me if you can: Botnets as fast flux services

Abstract: Since the late 90s when the first botnets emerged we have seen  
botnets evolve into sophisticated services capable of evading detection and  
resilient to takedowns. Botnets as a service has proved to be a profitable  
business model responsible for over 110 billion dollars in global loses.  
Established botnets are available for rent allowing a variety of campaigns  
to be executed. During operation it is of utmost importance for the bots to  
remain in contact with the command and control server while also remaining  
hidden to the world. Fast fluxing is a technique used to conceal the  
identity of a  server. Botnets provide the perfect infrastructure for a  
fast flux network as the bots are treated as disposable proxies protecting  
the identity of the valued server. This talk will survey the various  
fluxing mechanisms used by todays advanced botnets including domain fluxing  
and single, double, N IP fluxing. In addition we will explore how these  
techniques are used to create a botnet as a fast flux service.
When: Mon Dec 8, 2014 11am - 12pm Eastern Time
Where: MCS 148
Calendar: NRG at BU
     * Yuefeng Wang - creator

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