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by using site download and mirroring tools like c URL), the researchers found.They said this was likely a precaution on the part of the spammers to avoid detection by automated scanners looking for bot activity on Twitter. Finally, we'd found our middle-aged version of the Slam Book. Like any good sociologist (you say "nosy author"...), I watch for patterns. always have a picture of themselves with a beer in hand. So at least I'll know what they look like having sex. His arm around a young girl standing in front of the family's Christmas tree. The girls are inevitably wearing bikinis (this, to get a date with a woman). ) to find that 90% of the men play guitar in a band. In those pics, the men are making serious "O" faces. "Married Executive looking to put life back into my life." Really? The doughy, bespectacled man within 10 miles of Las Vegas (Tinder travels well) who was married and wanted to have sex with "a flat-chested woman with no pubic hair." His pic? (SWIPE LEFT.) One of the cutest men I've swiped on Tinder is 28-year-old Frankie. You may think this is mean -- but hey, if you're going to selfie with a Glock 9mm, you're leaving yourself open for a little mocking from afar. Not long after I published Inside a Porn-Pimping Spam Botnet, I heard from researchers at Zero FOX, a security firm that helps companies block attacks coming through social media.Zack Allen, manager of threat operations at Zero FOX, said he had a look at some of the spammy, adult-themed domains being promoted by the botnet in my research and found they were all being promoted through a botnet of bogus Twitter accounts.
This entry was posted on Sunday, July 16th, 2017 at am and is filed under Other.Those phony Twitter accounts all featured images of attractive or scantily-clad women, and all were being promoted via suggestive tweets, Allen said.Anyone who replied was ultimately referred to subscription-based online dating sites run by Deniro Marketing, a company based in California.Although the Twitter botnet discovered by Zero FOX has since been dismantled, it not hard to see how this same approach could be very effective at spreading malware.Keep your wits about you while using or cruising social media sites, and be wary of any posts or profiles that match the descriptions and behavior of the bot accounts described here.