• 25 Mar 2019

    DDoS Attack Size Took Significant Hit After FBI Crackdown

    According to a new report, in the fourth quarter of 2018, average size of distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks decreased considerably. Recently the onslaught from FBI on 15 DDoS-for-hire websites seems to have had a legitimate impact on DDoS attacks. The report surfaced earlier this week from researchers in NexusGuard, that the number  of DDoS attacks

  • 27 Feb 2019

    How Increasing Usage of IoT Devices Chipping in to The Volume of DDoS Attacks

    Distributed denial of service attacks continue to be a major challenge against consistent performance of web assets of any business. The primary objective of a A DDoS attack is to engage maximum possible resources of an web server application hosting platform with overwhelming traffic or requests. However with the evolving threat landscape and deployment of

  • 14 Feb 2019

    All New Intelligent Botnets Extending Challenges For DDoS Prevention Mechanisms

    Throughout the last year security analysts all over the world discovered a number of new botnets which not only drive traffic to the target application server to engage bandwidth, but places the best possible request automatedly to the application itself so to engage maximum possible server resources with minimum number of terminals. The aim of

  • 8 Feb 2019

    5 Stats That Showcase The Evolution of DDOS Threat Landscape In 2018

    2018 DDOS attack statistic reveals a change of trend in DDOS attacks matrix i.e the total number of DDoS attack has decreased in the year for first time since DDOS attacks has taken shape as a cognizable risk on smooth operation of an web application. The latest quarterly DDoS attack report published by Kaspersky Lab