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DDos Quick Start Guide

April 19, 2018 Published in: Security Author: Vedran Bozicevic

In this guide we will examine the most common types of DDoS attacks, how they are performed and how they can be prevented. Denial-of-service attack (DoS attack) is a cyber-attack in which the perpetrator seeks to make a machine or network resource unavailable to its intended users by temporarily or indefinitely disrupting services of a […]

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2018 Bad Bot Report: The Year Bad Bots Went Mainstream

April 11, 2018 Published in: Security Author: Luka Labrovic

The 2018 Bad Bot Report investigates bad bot landscape and ways in which daily attacks impact websites and businesses. It’s based on 2017 data collected from GlobalDots’ global network, and includes hundreds of billions of bad bot requests, anonymized over thousands of domains. Bad bots interact with applications in the same way a legitimate user […]

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Memcached Servers DDoS Attacks – The Complete Analysis

March 19, 2018 Published in: Internet,Security Author: Luka Labrovic

There’s been a lot going on recently in the DDoS mitigation field with two of the biggest DDoS (1.3 Tbps attack and 1.7 Tbps attack) attacks that ever happened all happening at the same time – with only four days apart from each other. Previously the Mirai botnet and the exploitation of IoT devices has […]

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New Threat on the Rise – Denial of Inventory Attack

March 8, 2018 Published in: Analytics,eCommerce,Security Author: Luka Labrovic

OWASP (Open Web Application Security Project), a well known online community that produces freely-available articles, methodologies, documentation, tools, and technologies in the field of web application security released their first guide called Automated Threat Handbook in late 2015 which purpose is to show all documented threats related to attacks accomplished by leveraging an automated tool, […]

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Getting Ready for GDPR – What Will Change And How to Prepare

January 18, 2018 Published in: Analytics,Cloud,Internet,Security Author: Luka Labrovic

The EU General Data Protection Regulation or GDPR for short is the most important change in data privacy regulation in the last 20 years. This change is set to drastically switch how businesses in the EU (and external businesses that deal with data of EU citizens) look at data in general. The deadline for complying […]

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State of the Internet Security Report Q3 2017

December 13, 2017 Published in: Analytics,Security Author: Luka Labrovic

The third quarter of 2017 had its share of cyber security disasters and we’ve made sure to report on each and every network or application attack that happened during these months in our quarterly State of the Internet Security Report, where everything presented in this article is illustrated in greater detail. Though we haven’t seen […]

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Recursive DNS Security Gaps And How To Address Them

November 23, 2017 Published in: DNS,Security Author: Luka Labrovic

The internet is a very complicated place consisted of millions of servers containing millions upon millions of websites and data. Each of these servers has their name – and that name is their IP address. Without IP addresses there wouldn’t be a way to identify which server you need to access in order to get […]

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MPLS or SD-WAN – Which is Better?

November 9, 2017 Published in: Cloud,Dynamic Acceleration,Internet,Mobile,Security,Website Speed Author: Luka Labrovic

With the advent of the digital age, what was unimaginable just a few decades ago is now possible. Reaching a single person, or distributing data, over long distances would easily take weeks or months a century ago. In today’s global village, it’s a matter of seconds – if that. We are able to reach and communicate […]

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Fighting Ad Fraud And The Flawed Value Chain

October 25, 2017 Published in: Analytics,Domains,eCommerce,Internet,Mobile,Security Author: Luka Labrovic

We’re living in an age of digital hyper-growth. Billions are being invested in cloud technologies, crowdsourcing platforms are disrupting industries, AI and machine learning are slowly eradicating jobs… The digital sector is growing and has no intentions to stop. The world wide web is the glue that keeps it all together. It’s where most of […]

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The 8 HTTP Security Headers Best Practices

July 13, 2017 Published in: Domains,Internet,Security Author: Luka Labrovic

The HyperText Transfer Protocol had been in vogue for over 28 years now. Ever since it was implemented for making it easier for scientists to share and access data, security was always an afterthought. As security breaches happened, new security patches were invented and bolted on. What is vulnerable, needs to be protected. For HTTP, […]

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