Spammers sought after botnet takedown

The Rustock botnet, which sent up to 30 billion spam messages per day, might have been run by two or three people.Early analysis, following raids to knock out the spam network, suggest that it was the work of a small team.Rustock was made up of about one million hijacked PCs and employed a series of tricks to hide itself from scrutiny for years.Since the raids on the network’s hardware, global spam levels have dropped and remain relatively low.
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