ZeroAccess criminals wave white flag: The impact of partnerships on cybercrime

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  1. ronjor

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    https://blogs.technet.com/b/microsoft_blog/
     
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    Either link will get you to the post. ;)
     
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    Ah sorry, my mistake, thought I was going to just main MS blog from 1st link, thanks :thumb:
     
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    It still is, the point being there had been new entries since the link in question was posted :argh:
     
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    I have to play Devil's advocate.

    Like the wars against other things such as drugs, does each success really make a difference? In spite of the propaganda of a successful operation by authorities, do the shadowy malware creators just move on to another target and start again?

    I'm cynical. We seem to be winning a battle but always losing the war.
     
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    Yes and the ZeroAccess blog will only go further down with each new blog post being published :)
     
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    Avoiding the obvious.
     
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