A new botnet has emerged, and the experts are already warning that the cybercrime landscape is not so safe after all.
This article is the first in a series covering the new threats facing the cybercriminals and the new tools that are being created to fight them.
In the wake of the ransomware attack on Sony Pictures in August, cybercriminal groups have been busy churning out new and improved botnets to carry out their operations.
This is the second major botnet to be discovered by cybercrimians, following a similar one from August which targeted the financial sector.
Since that time, botnets have evolved from simple networks to massive networks that can be remotely controlled, and there is now a whole new range of malware that is designed to take advantage of this new botnets.
A botnet can contain many different kinds of malware, such as Trojans, viruses, worms, trojans that infect the operating system or files, ransomware and so on.
These are the main types of botnets, but many others exist, including the “cyber-criminal” or “malware” botnets that are used by cyber criminals.
These bots use the same code to run and are able to spread malware and steal data.
The malware that the malware runs on the computer or mobile device can then infect other devices on the network.
This is why many people are concerned about the rise in cybercrime.
While the amount of cybercrime is a problem, it is also a sign of a changing environment.
The threats posed by cybercrime are not as old as the cyberwarfare of the 1990s, when the proliferation of the Stuxnet virus, for example, was still relatively new.
Cybercrime is now being faced by a different breed of cybercrimius.
They are more sophisticated than the malware that was used to attack Sony Pictures and other businesses.
The sophistication of these bots is now matched by their ability to conceal their origin and operate from a remote location, making it more difficult to trace their activities.
This makes the threat landscape much more dangerous and will be even more so as more sophisticated cybercrimias emerge and new tools are created to combat them.
To understand how a bot is made, let’s look at the evolution of malware.
Malware is an extension of software that is installed on a computer to gain control over a computer.
In most cases, the malware itself is a program that the computer uses to perform tasks, but it can also be an application that runs on a web server.
For example, the Windows operating system is the primary software on the PC, and it can be downloaded from a variety of places.
It also comes with a file called Windows that is typically installed on the system and it provides the software needed to run the computer.
Malwares can be used to steal data or take over systems, but they can also infect the computer through a variety other methods.
This means that they can be quite dangerous, especially if used in conjunction with another type of malware like ransomware or trojets.
There are a number of ways that malware can be distributed, and one of them is by the use of a bot.
This type of botnet is not really new, but the emergence of the botnet known as the “botnet that infects Sony Pictures” is significant.
The botnet was initially discovered by researchers from cybersecurity firm Symantec and is known as “DontCry”.
The botnet had already been operating for several months, and had already collected data from Sony Pictures computers.
Symantech also discovered the bot during the attack.
The data collected from the Sony Pictures network was not all that difficult to gather.
The bot had a backdoor that could be used by attackers to gain access to the computer and steal some data.
The malware has since been identified by cyber-security experts as DontCry.
It was first spotted by researchers in August after it started to collect data from the company’s computers.
The first reports came in from a security blog post.
Symantec is one of the largest cyber-protection firms in the world, and their report came as a shock to many.
After discovering the malware, the company had already started a massive response, including deploying new software to detect and block the malware.
But as more data came in, the scale of the attack grew.
Symants analysis of the malware revealed that it was able to gain root access to many Sony Pictures servers, including those running the film company’s films and TV shows.
It took over these systems and then started demanding payment in bitcoin to be able to do so.
This attack is very dangerous, as it can easily infect your system and spread other malware, including ransomware.
If this happens to you, don’t panic.
You should take a look at all of the precautions that you need to take, and be aware of the different ways that the bot is able to hide its origins and infect other computers on the same network.
The Symantes team also took the time to identify