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Currently, work on botnets focuses primarily on PCs. However, as lightweight computing devices with
embedded operating systems become more ubiquitous, they present a new and very disturbing target
for botnet developers. In this paper, we present both an empirical demonstration on a widely deployed
multimedia box, as well as an evaluation of the deeper potential of these dumbots.
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Kwang-Hyun Baek, Sergey Bratus, Sara Sinclair, and Sean W. Smith, "Dumbots: Unexpected Botnets through Networked Embedded Devices." Dartmouth Computer Science Technical Report TR2007-591, May 2007.
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