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'Root' & The New Age Of IoT-Based DDoS Attacks

Last Friday's massive DDoS that exploited online cameras and DVRs was simple to pull off -- and a new chapter in online attacks.

Information Security

Unified Threat Management Solutions

What Unified Threat Management is?<p>As the technology evolves quickly and devices get interconnected, the cyber threats are also rapidly increasing and …

Waiting for DDoS

In football, many offensive plays are designed to trick the defense into thinking something else is about to unfold.

Two Israeli teenagers arrested over vDOS DDoS-for-hire service

<i>Updated on 9-12-2016 by Jonathan Keane: Israeli police arrest two teens for allegedly running the vDOS DDoS-for-hire service</i><p>Israeli news site Haaretz …

Cybersecurity

Make your Kali Linux Anonymous using Whonix

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Identity

VPN The Must Have Anonymity Tool

Virtual Private Network, or VPN for short, is a secure network connection through which you can safely connect your device to public networks.<p>It is …

Bitcoin

What Godzilla Can Teach Japan About Its Cybersecurity

Sixty-two years after Japan’s most famous monster first shocked audiences, Godzilla is again packing movie theaters with its latest incarnation in <i>Shin Godzilla</i> (titled <i>Godzilla: Resurgence</i> in the U.S.). Now, I’m not a science fiction fan and I don’t watch a lot of movies. So why am I enthused about …

Cyber-attacks

'Preliminary' evidence: Cyberattack not carried out by a government

The U.S. government is still trying to figure out who carried out the massive cyberattack that crippled popular websites around the globe last week, but "preliminary" evidence indicates it was not done by a government.<p>"We don't have any idea who did that," President Obama said on "Jimmy Kimmel …

Cybersecurity