"”Rock Phish is making an investment in their own infrastructure by upgrading their botnet,” says Sean Brady, product marketing manager at RSA. RSA, whose FraudAction Research Lab has posted a blog item on the topic, says the end result could be a surge in phishing attacks in the near future.
RSA claims Rock Phish, which introduced the Zeus (a.k.a. WSNPOEM) Trojan last April, has been making changes to its Command & Control Server by linking it with the so-called Asprox botnet. Brady says the Asprox botnet "is a more advanced fast-flux network" for propagating phishing attacks. " – Content courtesy of Is Rock Phish cybergang set for a comeback?