[Dshield] Interesting Zombie Data Graphs
David Cary Hart
DShield at TQMcube.com
Mon Nov 7 15:26:50 GMT 2005
On Sun, 2005-11-06 at 07:52 -0800, Pete Cap wrote:
> --- Deb Hale <haled at pionet.net> wrote:
> > Humm! Comcast - imagine that. They have to be the
> > most loosely run company
> > ever. As a matter of fact I think they encourage
> > this type of activity.
> > IMHO - if there is one to avoid doing business with
> > it is comcast.
> What gets me is that although Comcast must have
> millions of users, and although I'm sure they're
> moving many, many terabytes of data each day, it is
> not really a difficult problem to identify zombies. A
> cluster analysis or nodal analysis or application of
> the apriori algorithm would reveal much, I think; and
> it's not like Comcast couldn't afford some beefy
> servers to process the data. There just doesn't seem
> to be much interest, though...
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