Is Your Router Safe from a DNS-Based Attack?

We all know what Phishing is—a target is contacted by email, telephone, or text message by someone posing as a legitimate institution or website to lure individuals into providing sensitive data such as banking or credit card credentials. The problem is that people have now become wiser and think twice before clicking. A group of…

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Could IPv6 Result in More DDoS Attacks?

With the growing popularity of IPv6 (Internet Protocol Version 6), so the possibility of this protocol providing a gateway for Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks has also increased. Developed by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) to replace the forthcoming exhaustion of IPv4, IPv6 became a Draft Standard in December 1998, and was defined…

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Cyber Risks of Online Gaming

As computer gaming companies rush to get their latest products onto the market, this haste may be providing a serious cybersecurity vulnerability. Prior to launching the next great computer game hit, online gaming companies have a choice—release their games on all platforms simultaneously, or release them in dribs and drabs as the development work is…

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Can You Keep Up with Game-Changing DDoS Attacks? Q&A from Allot’s Webinar

In our recent webinar, I discussed with Maya Canetti, Allot’s Director of Product Management, how intensified DDoS attacks against service providers have become highly destructive. We considered the newest threats, why traditional security solutions can’t cope with the rapidly changing nature of these threats, and what can be done to best protect networks. Note: If…

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Danger: VPNFilter Malware:

  Danger: VPNFilter Malware: What is it and how is network-based security best placed to thwart it? What’s this latest threat? A new malware threat has emerged that poses such a serious potential threat to data security that the FBI has advised all router users to reboot their devices. The malware, called VPNFilter, can spy…

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