Pulse-Wave DDoS Attacks Mark a New Tactic in Q2

A new tactic for DDoS is gaining steam: the pulse wave attack. It’s called such due to the traffic pattern it generates—a rapid succession of attack bursts that split a botnet’s attack output. According to Imperva’s latest Global DDoS Threat Landscape Report, a statistical analysis of more than 15,000 network and application layer DDoS attacks …

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US pressured North Korea by overwhelming hackers with data traffic

The US is no stranger to hacking North Korea, but it’s usually in a bid to directly thwart the country’s military ambitions. Now, however, those attacks are being used as a diplomatic strategy. The Washington Post has learned that President Trump ordered a broad pressure campaign against North Korea that led to the US conducting …

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Machine Learning in the DOSarrest Operations

Machine Learning can appear in many different forms and guises, but a general definition of Machine Learning usually incorporates something about computers learning without explicit programming and being able to automatically adapt. And while Machine Learning has been around for decades as a concept, it’s become more of a reality as computational power continues to …

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Bigger Online Super Series Cancelled due to DDoS Attacks

The Winning Poker Network has cancelled the third leg of its OSS Cub3d series – the Bigger Online Super Series – due to the threat of further DDoS attacks. The Winning Poker Network´s Bigger Online Super Series (BOSS) was scheduled to be a superb finale to a hugely successful three-tiered OSS Cub3d tournament series. The …

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