Chunk is a control data (C/D) and packet set used in Stream Control Transmission Protocol (SCTP). SCTP packets are comprised of common headers and data chunks and vary by content. Data chunks are defined in RFC 4960, which updates RFC 2960 and RFC 3309.
Computers become part of a zombie network through malicious software (malware) that is unknowingly installed by users or automatically installed through a security network's back door, or by exploiting Web browser vulnerabilities. The malware leaves specified networking ports open, allowing computer access by outside users. Zombie networks run similar types of malware that may be multiple networks operated by different criminal entities (cyber or otherwise).
Types of attacks perpetrated by a zombie network include denial of service attacks, adware, spyware, spam and click fraud.
The following steps, or a variation, are used to create zombie networks:
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