The ZeroAccess botnet is currently one of the largest one in existence, but its creators have recently received quite a blow when Symantec researchers managed to sinkhole nearly half a million of its bots.
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In a race against time and ZeroAccess developers and botmasters, Symantec researchers managed to sinkhole a large chunk of the infamous P2P-based botnet before its herders managed to update the bots and close down the security holes that allowed the researchers to do so.