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Anonymous Attacks – You Don’t Need a Big Crowd in Order to Take Down a Website

In the past year we used to see large campaigns by the anonymous group before launching a cyber attack. The purpose of the campaign...

Operation Blackout: Can Anonymous Succeed on March 31st?

Much has been written about Operation Blackout: the threat of Anonymous to take out the world's thirteen root Internet servers. This operation has been...

RSA 2012: Learn about the Latest Security Myths

Visit Radware at booth #856. If you're headed to RSA 2012 in San Francisco, we hope you will stop by to meet the Radware team...

You can’t hide behind the Clouds

We’re beginning to hear more about content distribution network (CDN) providers burnishing their offerings with WAF-like capabilities.  While it appears to address some of...

In Security: Information Availability is Foundational

Information Availability is needed before Integrity & Confidentiality!!! Before I get into this heresy talk, let me start off by saying “I’m a security guy!” I...

You May Be Anonymous

According to a recent Norton study, cybercrime cost the global economy (in both direct damage and lost productivity time) $388 billion in 2011--significantly more...

Think you are secured? Think again following Anonymous cyber-attacks against Panama government website

On Saturday February 11, 2012 Anonymous Group coordinated a DDoS attack against Panama government website www.presidencia.gob.pa. The site suffered initially from service disruption but...

4 Massive Myths of DDoS

Myth #1: DDoS can be Solved by Adding Bandwidth Truth: As illustrated in the graph below, attacks in 2011 were quite varied and over 76%...

Israeli Website Hit with Country’s Largest Volumetric DDoS Attack on Record: What this Says About Cleaning the ISP Pipe

Today, we experienced the highest ever volumetric DDoS attack on an Israeli website. One of the leading news sites in Israel was hit by...

DDoS Attack Myths: Does Size Really Matter?

Major DDoS attacks are often portrayed in the media using measurement terms like “a 10Gbps DDoS attack hit site X” or “an 8 Million...

Giving Up On Security? How Security Companies Can Gain Trust Back

Following recent escalation of cyber attack campaigns by the Anonymous group and most recently the pro-Palestinian “hacktivists” (Saudi Arabian hacker “0xOmar”) that tried over...

CDN Networks as a Weapon for DDoS

Early in my career, I worked for CacheFlow (now BlueCoat). I spent a fair amount of time exploring proxy systems and how to abuse...

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