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Conficker
Alias Downup, Downadup, Kido
Group Trojan
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Target Microsoft Windows
Origin
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UserAgent
CCProtocol HTTP (Centralized), P2P (Decentralized)
Activity 2008 /
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Operation/Working group Conficker working group

Introduction

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Publications

 AuthorEditorYear
A Foray into Conficker’s Logic and Rendezvous PointsLEET'09 Proceedings of the 2nd USENIX conference on Large-scale exploits and emergent threats: botnets, spyware, worms, and more2009
Domain generation algorithms (DGA) in stealthy malwareGunter OllmannDamballa2012
Encyclopedia entry: Win32/ConfickerJoshua Phillips
Jireh Sanico
Vincent Tiu
Aaron Putnam
Microsoft Malware Protection Centre2011
Malware pandemicsPhilip Porras
Hassen Saidi
Vinod Yegneswaran
Office of Naval Research2010
Measuring botnet populationsJose NazarioArbor Sert2012
Post-mortem of a zombie: Conficker cleanup after six yearsHadi Asghari
Michael Ciere
Michel J.G. van Eeten
24th USENIX Security Symposium2015
SIRv12Dennis Batchelder
Shah Bawany
Joe Blackbird
Eve Blakemore
Joe Faulhaber
Sarmad Fayyaz
David Felstead
Paul Henry
Nitin Kumar Goel
Jeff Jones
Jimmy Kuo
Marc Lauricella
Ken Malcolmson
Nam Ng
Mark Oram
Daryl Pecelj
Dave Probert
Tim Rains
Frank Simorjay
Holly Stewart
Matt Thomlinson
Scott Wu
Terry Zink
Microsoft2012
SIRv12: the obstinacy of ConfickerJoe BlackbirdMicrosoft Malware Protection Centre2012
Zeroing in on malware propagation methodsJoe Faulhaber
David Felstead
Paul Henry
Jeff Jones
Ellen Cram Kowalczyk
Jimmy Kuo
John Lambert
Marc Lauricella
Aaron Margosis
Michelle Meyer
Anurag Pandit
Anthony Penta
Dave Probert
Tim Rains
Mark E. Russinovich
Weijuan Shi
Adam Shostack
Frank Simorjay
Hemanth Srinivasan
Holly Stewart
Matt Thomlinson
Jeff Williams
Scott Wu
Terry Zink
Microsoft2011