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|Document=Cutwail-LEET11.pdf
|Botnet=Cutwail
|Type=Conference paper
|Year=2011
|Link=http://iseclab.org/papers/cutwail-LEET11.pdf iseclab.org
|Date=2011-03-30
|Editor=LEET'11 Proceedings of the 4th USENIX conference on Large-scale exploits and emergent threats
|Link=http://iseclab.org/papers/cutwail-LEET11.pdf
|Author=Brett Stone-Gross, Thorsten Holz, Gianluca Stringhini, Giovanni Vigna
|Author=Brett Stone-Gross, Thorsten Holz, Gianluca Stringhini, Giovanni Vigna
|NomRevue=4th USENIX Symposium on Large-Scale Exploits and Emerging Threats
|Type=Scientific paper
|Date=Boston 2011
|Editor=University of California, Santa Barbara & Ruhr-University Bochum
|Year=2011
|Botnet=Cutwail
|Abstract=In this paper, we present a comprehensive analysis of a
|Abstract=In this paper, we present a comprehensive analysis of a
large-scale [[botnet]] from the [[botmaster]]’s perspective, that
large-scale [[botnet]] from the [[botmaster]]’s perspective, that
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gangs, to provide novel insights into the underground
gangs, to provide novel insights into the underground
economy of large-scale spam operations.
economy of large-scale spam operations.
|Document=Cutwail-LEET11.pdf
|NomRevue=4th USENIX Symposium on Large-Scale Exploits and Emerging Threats
}}
}}

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The underground economy of spam: a botmaster's perspective of coordinating large-scale spam campaigns
Cutwail-LEET11 page4-5.png
Botnet Cutwail
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Date 2011 / 2011-03-30
Editor/Conference LEET'11 Proceedings of the 4th USENIX conference on Large-scale exploits and emergent threats
Link http://iseclab.org/papers/cutwail-LEET11.pdf (Archive copy)
Author Brett Stone-Gross, Thorsten Holz, Gianluca Stringhini, Giovanni Vigna
Type Scientific paper

Abstract

In this paper, we present a comprehensive analysis of a

large-scale botnet from the botmaster’s perspective, that highlights the intricacies involved in orchestrating spam campaigns such as the quality of email address lists, the effectiveness of IP-based blacklisting, and the reliability of bots. This is made possible by having access to a number of command-and-control servers used by the Pushdo/ Cutwail botnet. In addition, we study Spamdot.biz, a private forum used by some of the most notorious spam gangs, to provide novel insights into the underground economy of large-scale spam operations.

Bibtex

 @article{Stone-Gross2011BFR798,
   editor = {LEET'11 Proceedings of the 4th USENIX conference on Large-scale exploits and emergent threats},
   author = {Brett Stone-Gross, Thorsten Holz, Gianluca Stringhini, Giovanni Vigna},
   title = {The underground economy of spam: a botmaster's perspective of coordinating large-scale spam campaigns},
   date = {30},
   month = Mar,
   year = {2011},
   howpublished = {\url{http://iseclab.org/papers/cutwail-LEET11.pdf}},
 }