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What is a Botnet Milker | Definition and Meaning

Last modified on Wednesday, May 8, 2024

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Defining Botnet Milker

A milker in the context of botnets describes a system that infiltrates a command and control center to gain intelligence about its inner workings. It it therefore a type of honeypot. It does this through the simulation of an infected device, monitoring commands sent to it by the Botnet Command and Control Center.

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