A focus on innovation and creativity is ever-present in our work. One of the more prominent examples of that is our annual hackathon, which give us a chance to fuel up on pizza and flex
DDoS attacks are in the news often. If you're concerned about DDoS attacks, here is a glossary of security terms on the 12 DDoS attack types you need to know so you can prepare your
Gbps, pps, RPS. The acronyms are so similar that people often confuse the three. And to make it more complicated, while these are three distinct types of DDoS attacks, they can overlap and are often
Update (3/30/2017): Following a media inquiry, we drilled down into our data and discovered that 56 percent of all IPs used in the attack belonged to DVRs manufactured by the same vendor. We have contacted
As the end of the year approaches, it’s natural to contemplate the future and look for signs of things to come. Sometimes, however, you don’t have to search too hard. Sometimes, these “signs” hit you
It’s been over two months since Mirai source code was leaked on the HackForum, placing it into the hands of botnet herders around the world. What followed was a stream of reports about high-profile Mirai-powered
As an enterprise security company, our blog doesn’t typically focus on personal account breaches. That being said, if a new or interesting attack pops up we like to share it with our readers. This is
In our analysis of Mirai, the malware that recently brought down KrebsOnSecurity and the Dyn DNS service, we described different attack vectors its botnet is programmed to use. Of these, STOMP (Simple Text Oriented Messaging
By now many of you have heard that on September 20, 2016, the website of renowned security journalist Brian Krebs was hit with one of the largest distributed denial of service attacks (DDoS) to date.
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