Category: P2P

Five Sinkholes of newGOZ

By Dennis Schwarz and Dave Loftus It has been a few weeks since news broke of the Zeus Gameover variant known as newGOZ. As has been reported, the major change in this version is the removal of the P2P command and control (C2) component in favor […]

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A Case Study in Transparency

One of the overriding themes in the Network Neutrality debate, and what triggered much of the recent activity with Comcast and the FCC, has to do with transparency.  Or in the recent words of FCC Chairman Kevin Martin, “Consumers must be completely informed about the […]

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Ono and ISP Coziness

Some of you may have seen the coverage that Ono picked up today because of it’s ability to optimize P2P transaction speeds by enabling more topologically optimal distribution – all while requiring no interaction with the ISP. On one hand, I’m happy about this, as […]

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