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Paolo Milani:Yes, I think this is area of the specialization of the industry. More technologically savvy actors develop harmful software, which in many countries is not in and of itself a crime. Other actors, who may not be as competent but are more willing to take risks technically, actually go out and use the software to commit crimes.
David Sancho:Exactly. I don’t even think the price is one factor anymore. Zeus is a very popular botnet package that is not exactly cheap but a resourceful lawbreaker can amortize the price very quickly. 10,000, is a reasonable investment for cybercriminals. This allows a significantly broader bottom of criminals to look at and use these products as too little specialized knowledge is no longer a barrier.
Lenny Zeltser:Indeed, the simplicity and affordability of exploit sets makes it possible even for individuals with low technical skills to become “hacker,” be it for profit, politics or other reasons. And, lastly, how can we prevent these exploit packages to spread and what exactly are the best practices for users to safeguard themselves against mischief?
Iftach Ian Amit:Fortunately, most of the kits do not contain 0-day exploits. Unfortunately, most home (as well as business) users do not patch their systems and are remaining an easy victim for those kits. It’s a mixed effort from both software vendors to quickly patch (and test!) their software, as well as users to become more responsible in terms of earning sure they may be operating the latest version of the program available to them. The figures speak for themselves, and right now most products have a good enough success rate without the real dependence on 0-days in them.