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APAC DDoS solution services market grows as DDoS attacks skyrocket | SecurityBrief NZ

The Asia Pacific DDoS solution services market has grown 39.7% in the least year, and it doesn’t like the growth will stop any time soon as DDoS attacks continue to become more sophisticated. 11 more words

SecurityBrief NZ

Cyber attack threatened WA astrophysicists' shot at gravitational waves, colliding neutron stars | ABC News (Australia)

Australian Information Security Incident Reported: October 17 2017

Astrophysicists at WA’s Zadko telescope had just learned about the detection of a monumental deep space event involving two neutron stars colliding — which they had been hoping to find for years — when they came under sustained cyber attack. 18 more words

Australian InfoSec Incident

DDoS attacks explained

A new DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) attack on a prominent website is making headlines today (Aug. 24).

Just days after the Department of Justice demanded visitor data for an anti-Trump website from the web host company DreamHost (which rejected the request), the company has reported a  254 more words

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Man arrested over DDoS attacks on Aussie businesses | iTnews

A 37-year-old US man has been arrested in a joint operation by Australian, Canadian, and US police for causing distributed denial of service attacks on businesses, including Fairfax Media, in the three countries. 11 more words


Cookies in Internet

Now let us continue our discussion on something related to our internet browser. All of you are aware of what an internet browser is.An element called COOKIE is introduced in this topic of discussion.It is a kind of file that stores information/settings/configurations in the systems’s memory. 300 more words

Integer Exceptions

The Integer-Overflow (IOF) vulnerability family is responsible for a dominant part of C/C++ code vulnerabilities, as I shown in my previous post with a specific example. 348 more words

Integer Overflow