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Gotham Security Daily Threat Alerts

July 18, Softpedia – (International) New Android ransomware locks device completely. Researchers at Lookout identified a new piece of Android ransomware dubbed ScarePakage that infects devices by posing as a legitimate app on third-party Android markets and then locks the device and demands a ransom. 281 more words


Juniper DDoS Secure Scales New Heights at The Shard

At our latest event at Europe’s tallest building, the iconic Shard, Hardware.com customers were able to see first-hand how to defend against flood and application layer distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks with Juniper Networks… 421 more words


Has Big Money Ruined #Bitcoin?

This morning, CoinDesk posed the question, Will Industrial Mining Become the Next Big Bitcoin Investment Sector?. This comes only hours after a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack against the GHash.io mining pool, in response to the threat of a 51% attack against the Bitcoin netork. 75 more words


DDoS attacks on smaller credit unions

CU Insight

written by Pierluigi Stella

When it comes to specific DDos Attacks and whether they cause any implications for smaller FIs, the jury is still out.  124 more words


Feedly, Evernote And Others Become Latest Victims Of DDoS Attacks

Who have the DDoS attackers not hit? That’s the question. This morning, RSS reader and feed-syncing platform Feedly is being hit by a distributed denial-of-service attack, where again the criminals are attempting to extort money in return for returning the service to normal operations. 731 more words


Hire A Hacker

  1. Website Exploitation
  2. Web App Exploitation
  3. Website Defacement
  4. Cyber Extortion
  5. Document Extraction 
  6. Anti Computer Forensics
  7. Content Removal – links, documents, text, images
  8. EMAIL Hacking
  9. Social Media Account Hacking…
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Anti Computer Forensics

DNS reflection defense - The Akamai Blog:

DNS reflection defense – The Akamai Blog:.

Recently, DDoS attacks have spiked up well past 100 Gbps several times. A common move used by adversaries is the DNS reflection attack, a category of Distributed, Reflected Denial of Service (DRDos) attack. 1,295 more words