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The Rise in Cryptomining

There are four primary motivations for cyberattacks: crime, hacktivism, espionage and war. Setting aside nation-state sponsored groups, the largest faction of attackers are cybercriminals,...

5 Ways Malware Defeats Cyber Defenses & What You Can Do About It

Malware is a key vector for data breaches. Research shows that 51% of data breaches include the usage of malware, whether for initial breach,...

Top 3 Cyberattacks Targeting Proxy Servers

Today, many organizations are now realizing that DDoS defense is critical to maintaining an exceptional customer experience. Why? Because nothing diminishes load times or impacts...

How Cyberattacks Directly Impact Your Brand: New Radware Report

Whether you're an executive or practitioner, brimming with business acumen or tech savviness, your job is to preserve and grow your company’s brand. Brand...

Threat Alert: MalSpam

Radware researchers have been following multiple campaigns targeting the financial industry in Europe and the United States. These campaigns are designed to commit fraud...

Ad Fraud 101: How Cybercriminals Profit from Clicks

Fraud is and always will be a cornerstone of the cybercrime community. The associated economic gains provide substantial motivation for today’s malicious actors, which...

10 Most Popular Blogs of 2018

Between large scale cyberattacks, the implementation of GDPR and increasing popularity of smart home technologies (and their associated vulnerabilities), we had a lot to...

2018 In Review: Memcache and Drupalgeddon

Attackers don't just utilize old, unpatched vulnerabilities, they also exploit recent disclosures at impressive rates. This year we witnessed two worldwide events that highlight...

2019 Predictions: Will Cyber Serenity Soon Be a Thing of the Past?

In 2018 the threat landscape evolved at a breakneck pace, from predominantly DDoS and ransom attacks (in 2016 and 2017, respectively), to automated attacks....

Hadoop YARN: An Assessment of the Attack Surface and Its Exploits

Rate of Hadoop YARN exploits is slowing but still at a concerning 350,000 events per day 1065 servers are exposed and vulnerable The...

The Origin of Ransomware and Its Impact on Businesses

In previous articles we've mentioned how Ransomware has wreaked havoc, invading systems and putting organizations’ reputation and stability at stake. In this article, we’ll...

IoT Botnets on the Rise

Over the last two years, the criminal community has shifted its focus away from exploit kits as a mean of payload delivery and began focusing...

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New DemonBot Discovered

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IDBA: A Patented Bot Detection Technology

Over half of all internet traffic is generated by bots — some legitimate, some malicious. Competitors and adversaries alike deploy “bad” bots that leverage different methods to achieve nefarious objectives. This includes account takeover, scraping data, denying available inventory and launching denial-of-service attacks with the intent of stealing data or causing service disruptions.