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Torpig botnet hijacked; 70 GB of data recovered

Researchers from the University of California have successfully hijacked the Torpig botnet. They found that the botnet contained 70 GB of data that was collected in a 10-day period. The data included system data and sensitive banking information. The botnet, which infected approximately 180,000 machines, was hijacked by exploiting its “domain flux” component.

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