Definition Edit

Botnet management is

the dynamics of how botmasters change their botnets, either in terms of altering elements of a current "campaign" or reconstructing the botnet itself in the face of significant disruption, and the question of whether a botnet infrastructure may have multiple managers (botmasters).[1]

References Edit

  1. Chia Yuan Cho, et al., "Insights from the Inside: A View of Botnet Management from Infiltration," at 1 (emphasis in original) (full-text).
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