Botnet social networking botnets have grown exponentially over the past decade
The number of botnet-related sites and social networking sites on Google News grew by about 2,000 percent in the past year, according to Google Trends data.
The company’s research found the number of sites that used the term botnet has increased from 5,600 in 2011 to nearly 27,000 sites in 2017.
Google Trends is a data-driven site.
It compiles data from search engines, news outlets and other sources, then provides the most recent data from each source.
Botnet-focused sites include the sites of Twitter, Instagram and Facebook, which are popular in China, Russia and other countries.
Google News, which covers a wide range of topics and topics that include the news, technology, fashion, movies, music and more, has grown in popularity as the platform has become more popular.
Google recently introduced a new social network feature called the “Share It” feature that allows users to upload photos and videos to share on their preferred social network.