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The Malware Update: A Look at the Latest Malware That’s Attacking Business Networks

Recently, new malware was discovered with the ability to identify the operating system of the victim, and infect them accordingly. As most of the...

Last Week to Participate! Attack Mitigation Black Belt Final Round Begins Today.

If you've been waiting, now's the time to participate - the last week of Radware's Attack Mitigation Black Belt Challenge begins today and ends...

Calling All Attack Mitigation Experts – Red Belt Round Begins Today!

Two more weeks left in the Attack Mitigation Black Belt Challenge and congratulations to all who have earned a green belt. As we head...

Are you ready for your Green Belt in Attack Mitigation?

Knowledge Test Overview Wow! The Attack Mitigation Black Belt Challenge is only two weeks old and already we have dueling leaders and intense competition. People...

Radware Attack Mitigation Black Belt Challenge – Yellow Belt Round

I want to thank everyone for a successful launch of the Attack Mitigation Black Belt Challenge! People from all over the world participated...

Radware’s Attack Mitigation Black Belt Challenge

Well congratulations! If you are interested in this blog post you are on your way earning the Attack Mitigation Black Belt Champion title and...

ERT Threat Alert: TheWikiBoat Group Targets the World’s Largest Organizations

Radware’s Emergency Response Team (ERT) releases a new threat alert regarding an upcoming DDoS attack on Friday, May 27th.

Using Spreadsheets as a DDoS weapon

I saw an article the other day where somebody had used Google Docs incorrectly and he’d racked up a tremendous bill for himself because...

Why Bother to Demonstrate in the Streets When You Can Simply Launch a Cyber-Attack on a Government Website

Not in favor of the new law that was just passed, immigration policies too racist, the Catholic Church too corrupt, it is possible or organize a demonstration or take the fastest, easiest and most effective way and launch a virtual attack on the offensive website. Take down the parliament portal to protest unfair laws or policies, shut down the local police’s website or the website of any offensive organization. Hacktivists have been very effective launching attacks on government websites and their motivation increases with each successful attack.

Operation Blackout Fails To Knockout!

March 2012 - Radware’s ERT Busiest Month Ever Operation Blackout Status: If you read the press over the weekend, you would have been led to believe...

Batten Down The Hatches: Anonymous – Coming Soon to Your Network

As security professionals facing the rising tide of threats, many of us find ourselves researching and implementing next-generation perimeter defenses to mitigate risks.  Through...

Operation Blackout – Get Yourself Prepared

Operation Blackout due date is approaching: Anonymous is planning to shutdown the Internet on March 31st, 2012 by attacking all 13 DNS root servers. DNS...

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