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How IoT Can Be Used to Build Tomorrow’s Botnets

The idea of a botnet was spawned back in the days when most people were still using IRC to chat with each other over the Web. Thousands of computers infected with viruses would simply flood the gates of a server to the point where it either could no longer process requests or it simply would crash.... This story continues at Make Tech Easier The post How IoT Can Be Used to Build Tomorrow’s Botnets appeared first on Make Tech Easier.
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