Containers and cloud-based resources are being used to launch DoS attacks against Russian, Belarusian and Lithuanian websites. Cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike's researchers say that through their Docker Engine honeypots, they observed two different Docker images targeting these assets.
The Computer Emergency Response Team of Ukraine and the National Bank of Ukraine are warning of massive DDoS attacks against pro-Ukrainian targets. The intelligence service in Romania, SRI, also warns of a similar type of attack targeting sites belonging to its national authorities.
With so much at stake, organizations have to formulate a framework of cybersecurity strategies that can adapt to new and evolving threats. Cybersecurity involves not just technological defenses but a comprehensive process that keeps employees updated about security policies, ensures there's a thorough evaluation of...
An undisclosed website was the victim of a massive, dayslong distributed denial-of-service attack. The threat actor included a ransom note as part of the attack, instead of contacting the victim separately, and the DDoS attack has been mitigated, researchers at cybersecurity company Imperva say.
Telecom company Voipfone has come under a severe "extortion-based" DDoS attack from foreign entities, according to a tweet by the U.K.-based company. The attack is likely a continuation of the one observed on Thursday, although the company stated that all its systems remained operational.
Dutch cybercrime police have a message for almost 30 users of an on-demand distributed denial-of-service site: We see what you're doing; now cut it out or we're going to arrest you. And not for the first time, the move shows police in Europe emphasizing ethical hacking pursuits instead for young adults.
Microsoft disclosed that it mitigated a 2.4 Tbps DDoS attack, which was 140% higher in scale than any previously recorded network volumetric event on Azure. The firm and some security experts say that attacks of this magnitude could wreak havoc on targeted companies and are difficult to mitigate.
An Illinois man has been found guilty of running subscription-based distributed denial-of-service attacks that enabled customers to launch DDoS strikes of their own. He is now facing a statutory maximum sentence of 35 years in federal prison when sentenced in January 2022.
Picking up where they left during the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic, bad actors have continued their onslaught of DDoS attacks during the 1st half of 2021. In this webinar join ISMG and NETSCOUT’s ATLAS Security Engineering and Response Team (ASERT) to review key findings from their latest Threat Intelligence Report...
Scientists from the University of Maryland and the University of Colorado Boulder say they have discovered a new way that attackers could launch reflected denial-of-service amplification attacks over TCP by abusing middleboxes and censorship infrastructure.
The daily peak of DDoS attack traffic increased 100% from January 2020 to May 2021, reaching 3 Tbps, with most of the high-bandwidth, high-intensity attacks originating from fewer than 50 hosting companies, Nokia Deepfield reports.
Traditional ransomware attacks may have taken over the news, but Proofpoint researchers say the malicious actors who presents themselves as the North Korean-backed Lazarus advanced persistent threat group have revamped their distributed denial-of-service ransom extortion strategy and rebranded.