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DoS scum attacked one-third of the ‘net between 2015 and 2017

Even CHARGEN services are hosed, daily, says CAIDA study One-third of Internet hosts with IPv4 addresses were subject to denial of service attacks in the last two years.…

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New phishing campaign uses 20-year-old Microsoft mess as bait

Necurs botnet spreads ransomware carried in Office documents The ever-vigilant folk at the Internet Storm Centre (SANS) have spotted yet another campaign trying to drop the Locky ransomware using compromised Word files.…

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‘Application DDOS’ that target expensive APIs worry Netflix

Attackers can look legit while hitting APIs that make the most work for an app Netflix has identified denial of service threat to microservices architectures that it’s labelled “application DDOS”.…

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‘Application DDOS’ that target expensive APIs worry Netflix

‘App DDoS bombs’ that slam into expensive APIs worry Netflix

Attackers can look legit while hitting APIs that make the most work for an app Netflix has identified denial of service threat to microservices architectures that it’s labelled “application DDoS”.…

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‘App DDoS bombs’ that slam into expensive APIs worry Netflix

So, FCC, how about that massive DDoS? Hello? Hello…? You still there?

Like trying to get blood out of a stone Updated   America’s broadband watchdog, the FCC, has declined to spare any more details on the cyber-assault that supposedly downed its website shortly after it announced its intent to kill net neutrality.…

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Don’t all rush out at once, but there are a million devices ripe to be the next big botnet

As bad as Mirai was, it could have been much worse A wormable vulnerability involving an estimated one million digital video recorders (DVR) is at risk of creating a Mirai-style botnet, security researchers warn.…

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Don’t all rush out at once, but there are a million devices ripe to be the next big botnet

Internet hygiene still stinks despite botnet and ransomware flood

Millions of must-be-firewalled services sitting wide open Network security has improved little over the last 12 months – millions of vulnerable devices are still exposed on the open internet, leaving them defenceless to the next big malware attack.…

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Internet hygiene still stinks despite botnet and ransomware flood