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Evolving DDoS security toward self-defending networks

A new era of Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks has arrived. In 2018 DDoS attacks broke the terabit barrier, and have become even more frequent and sophisticated (or vicious) as they now commonly combine several different attack techniques that vary — both in time and geographically — to maximize impact. Even the giants of…
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WikiLeaks absorbs more DDoS attacks

Wikileaks appears to have recovered from another punishing distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack unleashed against the whistleblower website.
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Vigilante meetup site 4chan falls to DDoS attack

Image-based bulletin board 4chan, reportedly used as a forum by the hacker group Anonymous, succumbed Tuesday to a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack, according to the site's founder, Chris Poole.
DDoS attacks continue to grow in size
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DDoS attacks continue to grow in size

The average size of distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks have weighed in at 20 percent higher so far this year than they did in 2012, according to statistics released Monday by security firm Arbor Networks.
Denial of Service attacks, ransomware
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Intezer successfully shuts down QNAPCrypt ransomware campaigns

The security firm Intezer reported it had successfully shut down 15 active ransomware campaigns using the eCh0raix or QNAPCrypt variant with denial of service attacks. The Intezer, which identifies the malware as QNAPCrypt while Anomali dubbed it eCh0raix, DoS operation was a bit different from a normal DoS attack. Instead of bombarding the malicious actors…
Network Security, Security News

Cloudflare CEO blames massive CPU usage for outage

Cloudflare’s CEO is blaming a spike in CPU usage worldwide for the service outage on July 2 that knocked its own website along with many of its clients offline. Matthew Prince, CEO of the content delivery network, also tweeted that there is no evidence the outage was a result of an attack and he did…
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