DDoS Attacks Put U.S. Airport Websites Offline, San Jose Airport Under Attack by KIllnet
A hacker group in Russia called Killnet has claimed credit for a series of attacks that took down US airport websites on October 10. A lot of airport websites were affected this month, such as LAX in Los Angeles, ORD for Chicago O’Hare, and ATL for Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International. Although, the DDoS attacks were able […]
Who’s Scanning the IPv6 Space? And Why Does It Even Matter?
Executive summary Researchers in collaboration with the Max Planck Institute for Informatics have completed the first empirical study of large-scale vulnerability scanning in the IPv6 space, and their findings are available here. The research found that scanners have started scanning the IPv6 space. Scanning the IPv6 space is very time-consuming, so we still don’t see […]
Cloudflare Reports DDoS Attack Surge
Cloudflare’s DDoS Threat Report for the third quarter has shown that many attacks are still initiated by human attacks but executed by bots. As such, to equip yourself adequately for a battle against robots, you need to use robots. DDoS attacks are on the rise and there is a tendency for them to be more […]