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How to Choose the Right DDoS Solution

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Phantom Floods: Are Service Providers Blind to These DDoS Attacks?

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The Data Growth Effect   It’s no secret that we consume more data than ever, according to the IDC report  in the next three years their will be more data than what was created in the past 30 years. As a result, traffic bandwidth is growing exponentially and there is no stop to it.  When protecting a largescale network, service providers use a high traffic threshold to detect abnormal behavior. Large DDoS attacks will trigger the defined threshold and the mitigation process will start, but what about those attacks that will not trigger […]

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A Three-Episode DDoS Ransom Attack Prologue

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DDoS attacks are becoming a part of ransom attacks. Instead of infiltrating secure organizational assets, attackers are launching devastating DDoS attacks to demonstrate their capabilities and demand ransom money. Understanding the ransom DDoS threat is essential to building an effective mitigation plan. Our story begins in August of 2020, and continues for over a year […]

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5 Steps to Prepare for a DDoS Attack

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It’s inevitable almost as death and taxes: somewhere, at some point, you will come under a DDoS attack. The reasons for DDoS attacks can vary from cyber crime to hacktivism to simple bad luck, but eventually someone will be out there to try and take you down. The good news, however, is that there is […]

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Behind the Disguise of Trojans

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A Trojan horse is a malicious computer program masquerading as a useful or otherwise non-malicious, legitimate piece of software. Generally spread via social engineering and web attacks, Trojan horses often install a backdoor for remote access and unauthorized access of the infected machine. An attacker can perform various criminal tasks, including, but not limited to, […]

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Botnets: DDoS and Beyond

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Traditionally, DDoS is an avenue of profit for botherders. But today’s botnets have evolved to include several attack vectors other than DDoS that are more profitable. And just as any business-oriented person would do, attackers follow the money. As a result, botherders are targeting enterprise and network software, since residential devices have become over saturated. […]

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Executives Are Turning Infosec into a Competitive Advantage

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Companies are more connected to their customers now than ever before.  After spending billions to digitally transform themselves, organizations have exponentially increased the number of touchpoints as well as the frequency of communication they have with their customer base.  Thanks to digital transformation, organizations are more agile, flexible, efficient, and customer-centric. However, with greater access […]