We recently presented a webinar, “DDoS LIVE: Watch as a DDoS expert performs a live attack,” and received many questions about DNS, DDoS, BGP, and network and application layer attacks. Andy Shoemaker of NimbusDDOS and
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The mod_evasive Apache module is a popular DIY security solution that provides a measure of protection against application layer denial of service (DoS) attacks. It works by inspecting and verifying incoming traffic to an application’s
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After conferring with security experts, Indiegala chose Incapsula to protect its gaming platform. Indiegala CEO Riccardo Rosapepe and his team saw that Incapsula could protect its assets from all types of internet threats. Incapsula could
A false positive error, or false positive, commonly known as a false alarm, means that a given condition has been fulfilled, when it actually hasn’t been fulfilled. In cyber security you encounter many instances of
Enterprise applications are designed to meet the complex, scalable and mission critical needs of an organization, including everything from payment processing to customer relationship management. To be successful, they need to be accessible, easy to
Last week I presented a webinar demonstrating a live distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack. The presentation walked attendees through the entire process from beginning to end. I showed everyone how an assailant might initiate
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