Black Hat has come and gone again, the swag has been dispersed, the livers are recovering and delegates are returning to their normal lives with new ideas and newfound fears. My colleagues will be reporting on their findings, but I wanted to just touch on a few highlights of the conference, some sadness and talk about the value of research.read more
AnonGhost – A hacking group affiliated with Anonymous announced a new cyber-attack campaign against US websites named #OPUSA. The attack is scheduled for May 7th, 2013.read more
During the past week we noticed an abnormal increase of brute force attacks targeting WordPress applications.
The attacks use automated scripts that attempt to login to WordPress default admin page using common usernames and passwords.read more
According to a March 19th post on the Solidarite avec la Palestine Facebook page, multiple hacker groups are joining hands to launch a massive attack on Israeli cyberspace. AnonGhost, one of the campaign initiators, has announced that the attack will be launched on April 7th with the objective of disconnecting Israel from the Internet. Radware’s Emergency Response Team (ERT) is currently monitoring the situation closely.read more
At first glance, application delivery and security might seem unrelated because they appear to solve and address different challenges from different domains. But a closer look actually reveals that they are entwined. In this post I’ll break down the ways in which application delivery and security work hand-in-hand.read more