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Uploaded on Sep 17, 2009

Click Forensics®, Inc. has identified an unusually large spike in click fraud traffic coming from a new botnet that appears to be eluding the filters of even the most sophisticated search engines, publishers
and ad networks. Codenamed the Bahama botnet by Click Forensics, the malware distributed botnet is using coordinated methods to mask itself as a legitimate high-quality source of search advertising traffic. Click Forensics has tracked instances when the botnets attacks have affected up to 30 percent of an advertisers monthly search budget for a specific campaign. Watch the video of an infected machine to see the Bahama Botnet in action.

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