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Sure we have heard a lot about bots and botnets. One key component of a botnet is the command-and-control (C&C) server, which as we know can come in several flavours (IRC, Web pages, newsgroups, custom servers, etc.). Yet, here comes Trojan.Whitewell, which, being tired of old C&C channels, decides to pick up Facebook as a coordinator for the C&C server. I use the word “coordinator” because the Trojan only receives some configuration data from its Facebook account—the actual command execution and data reporting is done through a third party Web server.
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