According to the security firm, ZeroAccess has infected millions of computers globally and the KML files for Google earth currently show only 139,447 bot locations in the two provided screenshots. F-Secure is providing the KML as well as CSV files for download.
ZeroAccess is a fast spreading botnet that is based on a kernel-mode rootkit that runs on 32-bit and 64-bit Windows systems and acts as a delivery platform for other malware. The main infection technique is to tricking users on social platforms into running an executable file, often under the promise of free software. Sophos published a detailed description of ZeroAccess and the way it works.