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Topic - Ronen Kenig
Ronen Kenig, a Radware analyst, said the flow of rogue traffic wasn't as powerful as attacks that hit the U.S. banking sector two months ago.
"In terms of the amount of traffic, it's not massive," he said, explaining that the attackers were yet to draw on networks of infected computers _ known as botnets _ to mount their attacks.