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Venom Less Toxic Than Heartbleed

Venom Less Toxic Than Heartbleed

Wednesday, 20 May 2015

"We don't usually see routers herded together into a big botnet and used for DDoS attacks," said Tim Matthews, vice president of marketing for Incapsula, which discovered the attacks on 60 of its customers."

Malware-infected home routers used to launch DDoS attacks

Malware-infected home routers used to launch DDoS attacks

Tuesday, 12 May 2015

The router-based botnet was discovered by Web security firm Incapsula while investigating a series of DDoS attacks against dozens of its customers that have been going on since late December.

DDoS Botnet Relies on Thousands of Insecure Routers in 109 Countries

DDoS Botnet Relies on Thousands of Insecure Routers in 109 Countries

Tuesday, 12 May 2015

“This combination of faulty practices invites trouble. At the risk of overstating the obvious, this level of access lets any perpetrator

Researchers uncover “self-sustaining” botnets of poorly secured routers

Researchers uncover “self-sustaining” botnets of poorly secured routers

Tuesday, 12 May 2015

Incapsula found that the devices were infected by a variety of malware titles, including MrBlack, Dofloo, and Mayday.

Is DevOps really all that?

Is DevOps really all that?

Thursday, 07 May 2015

According to Incapsula's 2014 survey, seventy-six percent said their salary went up the previous year , and 85 percent expected an increase the next.

Cloud-Based Application Delivery: Who’s Leading the Way?

Cloud-Based Application Delivery: Who’s Leading the Way?

Sunday, 26 April 2015

"Incapsula offers a more robust and complete solution than CloudFlare."

DevOps salaries rise as the skill set becomes more recognized

DevOps salaries rise as the skill set becomes more recognized

Thursday, 23 April 2015

"As this is a relatively new field, Incapsula thought it would be enlightening to see how DevOps professionals define their own roles within their organization..."

China's Great Cannon Could Point Anywhere When Next Fuse Is Lit

China's Great Cannon Could Point Anywhere When Next Fuse Is Lit

Thursday, 16 April 2015

"DDoS has become the attack method of choice of late, and 45 percent of all organizations have been hit at least one time with a DDoS attack," said Igal Zeifman, product evangelist at Incapsula