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Yet another organized botnet, this time based on the Kelihos.B malware, has been shut down. The botnet reportedly had a network that spanned over 110,000 different PCs.
Microsoft named a new defendant in the legal case regarding the Kelihos botnet, following the dismissal of the case against the original defendants last October.
Microsoft has dismissed a lawsuit and reached a settlement against the defendants who were suspected of helping to run the Kelihos botnet that Microsoft helped to shut down in September.