Big Brother is watching botnets: White House rolls out initiative to fight viruses

Big Brother is watching botnets: White House rolls out initiative to fight viruses

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New Following a number of large botnet attacks on major corporations last year, the Obama administration announced a voluntary, industry-wide plan to combat botnets based on a set of developed principles by the Industry Botnet Group (IBG) and nine other private groups. The White House also revealed its development of a...
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