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Dyn Goes Down For Less Than a Dollar, How Does The CDN Ecosystem Look Like And More in This Weeks News

October 24, 2016 Published in: CDN,Internet,News,Security,Streaming Author: Goran Čandrlić

A giant node of organized network cables

The East Coast internet outage – what happened? This past Friday, October 21st Dyn sustained a massive DDoS attack against their Managed DNS infrastructure which took down the entire east coast with them. Sites like Twitter, Amazon, Spotify and many more were completely shut off from the east coast users. The irony behind the situation, as […]

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The DDoS of The Year!

October 18, 2016 Published in: DNS,Internet,News,Security,Streaming,Website Speed Author: Ithai Lahat

DDOS Attack on Red Button on Black Computer Keyboard.

If you are looking for a rapidly growing segment of the IT world, then DDoS attacks is the place to find exponential growth. There are many reports by many companies in the field of DDoS protection, and the numbers vary in some cases. But the trend is more than clear. According to the Verisign DDoS […]

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Numbers From This Year’s Presidential Debates, IoT DDoS Attacks Analysis And More in This Weeks News

October 17, 2016 Published in: CDN,Cloud,News,Security Author: Luka Labrovic


Numbers from this year’s Presidential debates We already mentioned some very interesting statistics from Fastly in our last week’s news, but here’s some more debate numbers! Akamai made a page where all statistics from all major debate events are carefully depicted. Looking through this page, you will have a clear picture of just how much viewers are […]

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HTTP Pages Will be Marked as Non-Secure, Source Code for Mirai DDoS Malware Released And More in This Weeks News

October 10, 2016 Published in: Analytics,CDN,Internet,News,Security Author: Goran Čandrlić


Chrome will mark all non-HTTPS pages as non-secure on January 2017 As we all know, Chrome offers users an indicator that marks their connections as secure connections or non-secure connection via an icon in the address bar. HTTPS connections have an extra layer of security while HTTP websites enable potential intruders to modify or look […]

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CDNetworks Expands Their Presence Across EMEA, GlobalDots Linkedin Group And More in This Weeks News

October 3, 2016 Published in: CDN,Internet,News,Security,Streaming Author: Luka Labrovic


CDNetworks launches its EMEA subsidiary CDNetworks, a global content delivery (CDN) and cloud security provider announced on 20th September that they are launching their EMEA (Europe, Middle East & Africa) subsidiary. Their dedicated support team and technical experts are going to be based in London to better support their customers. Other than London, they’ve also […]

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What You Need to Know About Anycast Routing

October 3, 2016 Published in: CDN,DNS,Internet,Security Author: Goran Čandrlić


When talking about server routing, streaming and CDNs, the expression anycast is one you frequently bump into. It’s one of those words you already know but can’t explain what it stands for and how it works exactly. To put it simple, it’s a networking technique where the same IP address is attributed to multiple locations […]

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DDoS of Things

September 22, 2016 Published in: Internet,Security Author: Goran Čandrlić


The tendency to connect more and more devices to the Internet has overflown well beyond our computers and smartphones. This high level of interconnection has brought us to be capable of controlling and communicating with anything ranging from garage doors, clothing, fridges, gates, surveillance cameras, security sensors, watches, pet equipment or even umbrellas. Everything labelled […]

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Introducing The New Wowza Player, World’s First Fully Featured IPv6 CDN And More in This Weeks News

September 19, 2016 Published in: Analytics,CDN,Cloud,Internet,Mobile,News,Security,Streaming,Website Speed Author: Goran Čandrlić

Wowza Player

Wowza Player Wowza Media Systems just unveiled the new Wowza Player at IBC 2016. Wowza player is an embeddable HTML5 player with a basic user interface that supports dimension resizing, play, pause, seek, variable bitrate playback, DVR capabilities and easy-to-use JavaScript API. The new embeddable media player is designed to complement existing Wowza workflows for adaptive bitrate […]

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Gabon is Back on The Internet After 4 Days, Video Companies Need Better Security and More in This Weeks News

September 12, 2016 Published in: Analytics,Cloud,Internet,News,Security,Streaming Author: Goran Čandrlić

Gabon Internet Access

Gabon has internet access again Continuing the story from CloudFlare (from last weeks news), Gabon now has internet access again. On the morning of 5th Sept internet connectivity was partially restored starting at around 0500 UTC. Some news reports indicate that internet access has been restored in the capital but that access to social media […]

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Riot Rage in Gabon Leads to Internet Shutdown, LinkedIn is Being Scraped by Bots for Over a Year Now And More in This Weeks News

September 6, 2016 Published in: Analytics,Cloud,Internet,News,Security Author: Luka Labrovic

Gabon Post Election

CloudFlare informs of internet shutdown in Gabon Three people were killed and around 1000 were arrested in Gabon in a second day of rioting after the re-election of Ali Bongo as President. Additionally, CloudFlare witnessed a sudden shutdown of internet access from Gabon to sites that use their services. Along with that information, they’ve submitted […]

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