May 11, 2011

Rustock Botnet.

Rustock Botnet, which specialized in sending junk mail or SPAM mails adverts for sites that sell unlicensed pharmaceutical drugs, was responsible for sending an estimated 39 per cent of global spam in circulation last year, according to Symantec.
 Win32/Rustock is a multi-component family of rootkit-enabled backdoor trojans, which were historically developed to aid in the distribution of 'spam' e-mail. First discovered sometime in early 2006, Rustock has evolved to become a prevalent and pervasive threat. Recent variants appear to be associated with the incidence of rogue security programs.
  1. Automatic Sending of SPAM mails.
  2. May install other malicious programs.
  3. Interrupt the normal working of the computer.

Although it is possible to manually remove Rustock Botnet, such activity can permanently damage your system if any mistakes are made in the process. Thus, manual removal is recommended for experienced users only, such as IT specialists or highly qualified system administrators. For other users, we recommend  malware and spyware removal applications.


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