The use of AI and machine learning to detect and mitigate DDOS attacks.

Distributed Denial of Service (DDOS) attacks are a serious threat to businesses and individuals alike. These attacks involve overwhelming a targeted server or network with traffic in order to disrupt services and cause downtime. As technology continues to advance, so too do the tactics and methods used by attackers in these types of attacks. In […]

The impact of DDoS attacks on e-commerce and online businesses

In today’s digital age, e-commerce and online businesses have become increasingly vital to the economy. These businesses rely heavily on their online presence and the availability of their websites and services to reach and serve customers. However, with the increasing dependence on the internet, e-commerce and online businesses are also becoming more vulnerable to cyber […]

Why You Need Geo-Blocking in Layer 7 Protection

Geo-blocking is one of the most popular methods used to protect networks from malicious attacks. Layer 7 protection is a technique used to block access to websites based on their location. In this article, we will look at what Geo-blocking is, the benefits and drawbacks of using it, and how you can use it in […]

What Is The Difference Between A VDS And A DS?

When it comes to choosing between a physical dedicated server and a virtual one, it is important to understand what you need this server for – how much peak load you expect and whether or not your budget can afford it. Your choice will depend on these factors. Below, you will find a list of […]

The Impact of Killnet on your Business

This past October 4th, an odd message first appeared in the Telegram forum We Are Killnet. It quickly exploded on Twitter. The forecast: below-normal wind speeds and precipitation this week. Above average temperatures are expected through 9 PM. It seems that all Taxation Web Resources are experiencing difficulties.” A clever play on words, the message […]

Log4j – A critical flaw of the logging framework and Botnet

Of all the security issues that have surfaced in the past few years, none has had as significant an impact as the Log4j exploit. Nicknamed Log4Shell, it was reported to the developers, the Apache Software Foundation, on November 24th 2021 by Chinese tech company Alibaba and a fix was released two weeks later. The existence […]

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 […]

Why DDoS Attacks Are Getting Worse and How They Could Affect You

As Internet Service Providers compete for both commercial and residential clients, customer churn is a constant concern. Customers often don’t stick with one provider for long. Downtime is something a lot of people have to deal with, no matter what the industry. We know how important it is to you, which is why our hosting […]