Interesting pattern in Storm worm traffic

Tuesday, 22 July 2008, 10:03 PM EST

This blog post contains a few graphs with interesting observations he made when tracking the Storm Worm botnet as part of his thesis on detection of advanced botnets.

The first graph visualizes the network communication of a Storm sample when executed on a machine with a private IP address. In that configuration, the bot typically sends out spam e-mails or participates in distributed denial-of-service attacks.

At the Honeyblog.

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