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The botnet is used to install additional pay-per-install malware on the compromised computer and hijack search queries to display advertisements.
Its peer-to-peer topology is also used to show fake messages to other users for the purpose of expanding the botnet.
A study by the Information Warfare Monitor, a joint collaboration from Sec Dev Group and the Citizen Lab in the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto, has revealed that the operators of this scheme have generated over $2 million in revenue from June 2009 to June 2010.
Koobface originally spread by delivering Facebook messages to people who are "friends" of a Facebook user whose computer had already been infected.
Meet Me began its ascent from surprisingly humble origins.
In 2005, a 15- and 16-year-old pair of siblings, Catherine and David Cook, got the idea to trade in the traditional paper yearbook for a 21st-century digital version.
In 2012, even called it “one of the 25 most-trafficked websites in the U. Whereas using more traditional dating sites can sometimes feel like a chore, using Meet Me feels like an amusing diversion. To join, new members can sign in with their Facebook accounts or register with their e-mail addresses.
Only basic information is required, then new users are given the option to add a profile photo and follow other users near their location.
Social network for people who want to stay in touch with their old friends and college pals.
Search for current or past students of your college or school, or join clubs, exchange photos, and read blog entries from other users.
Koobface is a network worm that attacks Microsoft Windows Version 7-8-10 , Apple Mac OS X (All Version) IPAD - IPOD - IPAD MINI APPLE TV SMART TV , and Linux platforms. This worm originally targeted users of networking websites like Facebook, Skype, Instagram Watsapp Yahoo Messenger, and email websites such as GMail, Yahoo Mail, and AOL Mail Comcast At&T ECT.