Microsoft leads take-down of Necurs botnet

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The Necurs botnet is thought to be operated by cyber criminals based in Russia

Microsoft, in association with a number of international partners, has taken action to dismantle the Necurs botnet, which is believed to have infected over nine million computers across the world. ...

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