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  • The average DDoS attack tripled in volume

    24.03.2015

    The average packet volume for DDoS attacks increased 340 percent to 4.36 million packets per second (Mpps), and the average bit volume swelled 245 percent to 12.1 Gbps in the final quarter of 2014, according to Black Lotus.

  • How DDoS attacks impact service providers

    05.03.2015

    There's a striking disparity between how threatened service providers feel by potential DDoS attacks and how prepared they are to mitigate one, according to a Black Lotus survey.

  • A proactive approach to DDoS attack prevention

    04.03.2015

    The increase in the frequency, volume and sophistication of DDoS attacks has helped boost the awareness of these threats among Asia-Pacific (APAC) enterprises.

  • Black hole routing: Not a silver bullet for DDoS protection

    27.02.2015

    As ISPs, hosting providers and online enterprises around the world continue suffering the effects of DDoS attacks, often the discussions that follow are, “What is the best way to defend our networks and our customers against an attack?” Traditional techniques of defense include SYN-cookies, SYN-proxy, redirects, challenges, and of course the black hole routing technique to name a few.

  • Companies expects others to protect them against DDoS attacks

    26.02.2015

    One in five businesses surveyed believe that their online services should be protected against DDoS attacks by their IT service providers (in particular, network providers).




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Banking botnets persist despite takedowns

More than 90 percent of all Trojans targeted financial institutions located in US, followed by the UK, Germany, Italy, Spain and Australia.


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