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The Most Important Question to Ask Security Vendors Before Hiring Them

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Your customer’s digital experience should never be compromised when under a DDoS attack. When discussing security solutions with Chief Security Officers (CSOs), one of the most frequent concerns is the false positives rate. A false positive is a mislabeled security alert indicating a threat in the absence of one. Regardless of the benefits security solutions […]

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Mitigating Low-and-Slow Attacks On Applications and APIs

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“Low-and-slow” may sound like an outdated topic, but it is still very, relevant and timely. 65% of organizations suffered low-and-slow attacks in 2020, 30% of them monthly. So let’s give this the five minutes it deserves! When an attacker wants to bring an application down, the easiest way is to launch a massive amount of […]

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Radware Named by Forrester a Leader in DDoS Protection

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DDoS protection is now more important than ever, as the size as sophistication of attacks continues to rise. Just in the past 12 months we saw the largest ever DDoS attack by size (bit per second), the largest ever DDoS attack by rate (packets per second), as well as targeted global campaigns against financial institutions, […]

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Radware Threat Researchers Live: Episode 8

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In the latest episode of Radware Threat Researchers Live, Pascal Geenens and Daniel Smith take a deep dive into today’s cyber threat landscape, including DDoS amplification vectors, the most attacked verticals,takedowns and door service, software supply chain attacks and more. Watch the clip below! [embedded content] Download Radware’s DDoS Response Guide to learn more. Download Now […]

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Radware Threat Researchers Live: Episode 7

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In the latest episode of Radware Threat Researchers Live, Pascal Geenens and Daniel Smith take a deep dive into today’s most relevant cyber threats, including DNS over HTTPS (DoH), Bitcoin and its impact on the threat landscape, ransom DDoS, MFA vs. pass-the-cookie attacks, and Solarwinds. Watch the clip below! [embedded content] Download Radware’s DDoS Response […]

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5 Cyber Lessons Learned From the U.S. Election

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Last week, I took a deep dive on U.S. election-related topics, including the government’s response to potential cyber threats, the issue of malspam during the election, and whether or not nation-state attacks had a meaningful impact on the election. Here are the five key lessons learned from all of this. It’s not always DDoS. While […]

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Deploy and Scale DDoS Protection in the Public Cloud

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Until today, companies worried if their DDoS attack protection was powerful enough to absorb and protect against different sizes of DDoS attacks. Now, they can exhale with relief. Thanks to new developments in AWS — the Gateway Load Balancer (GWLB)– companies can enjoy our DDoS protection for their public cloud workloads at scale and without […]

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Radware Threat Researchers Live: Bots, Botnets & Gaming

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In the latest episode of Radware Threat Researchers Live, Daniel Smith and Pascal Geenens discussed the latest — and some new and unpublished research! — in botnets. Watch the clip below to learn more about: New and unpublished research on the Mozi botnet Ttint Botnet DDoS in gaming this month Nvidia RTX 3080 stocks disrupted […]

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To Pay or Not to Pay: It’s About the Provider

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In the past few months, Radware’s threat research center has issued several alerts about a global ransom DDoS campaign targeting finance, travel and e-commerce (read the threat alert and the campaign update). With the proliferation of DDoS-for-Hire tools (read the alert), economics favor the attackers, who can easily launch massive DDoS attacks to extort organizations […]