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:ayokona:Patronising BBC tech news show Click has bragged to the world plus dog, that it created a botnet of more than 20,000 PCs using software it downloaded from the World Wide Wibble. Click, which famously described the chip as the "brains of the computer" and a modem "like a taxi" set up the botnet as part of an investigation into global cyber crime. We guess its rationale was that if idiots like telly people can set up a botnet, imagine what someone with brains could do. Almost 22,000 computers made up Click's network of hijacked machines, which has now been disabled and its victims notified to make their systems more secure from telly presenters. Spencer Kelly managed to buy his own low-value botnet by visiting chatrooms on the internet. He said that if this had been done with criminal intent it would be breaking the law. We are not sure that is actually true as you are receiving stolen data. You are also breaking and entering a person's network and nicking their bandwidth without permission which does make you technically a criminal. Click ordered its PCs to carry out denial of service attacks on two test e-mail addresses set up by the programme. It apparently took a few hours for the inboxes to start to filling up with thousands of junk messages. By prior agreement, Click launched a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack on a backup site owned by security outfit Prevx. Apparently it took only 60 machines to overload the site's bandwidth. The result is loads of dire warnings about the perils of bot nets and shedloads of long 'easy to follow' explanations from the 'zany' BBC tech presenter. ( www.theinquirer.net )

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