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The Link11 Security Operation Center has published its DDoS report for the second quarter 2018. Despite the fact that the number of attacks declined between April and June, the complexity and impact of the attacks has increased. Multivector attacks exploiting different weaknesses in IT infrastructures accounted for almost half of all attacks during the second quarter. The attackers also conducted high-volume attacks for which they used the reflection amplification vectors SSDP, CLDAP, DNS and Memcached.Download Read More
AI in Cybersecurity and its Ramifications for Enterprise
Artificial Intelligence (AI) will change cybersecurity significantly. But the same applies to cybercrime. Organizations among all industries will feel the impact of AI to a certain extent. The impact on the cybersecurity industry, however, will be the most noticeable. Learn which role AI will play on both sides of the cyberwar and how you can protect your organization against AI-driven cyberattacks.
Within just a few weeks, the DDoS landscape underwent some major changes in the first quarter of 2018. An extremely dangerous new DDoS vector that appeared out of nowhere flooded the networks around the globe with high-volume attacks. The Link11 Security Operation Center (LSOC) also observed dozens of attacks in Central Europe. Another major threat emerged in the form of attacks using the SSDP protocol, which once again reached peak bandwidths of over 100 Gbps.Download Read More
The Link11 Network DDoS Protection provides full coverage against all kinds of DDoS attacks. The solution can be deployed in permanent mode, customers achieve immediate protection within seconds against any type of DDoS attacks. A standby deployment will detect threats based on an optional Link11 on-premise DDoS sensor or the customer's own monitoring system.Download Read More
The Link11 Cloud Security Platform is focused on security-related services like a Content Delivery Network (CDN), DDoS protection, Web Application Firewall (WAF), secure DNS hosting and more. The patent-pending Link11 Cloud Security Platform is based on a worldwide unique technology. Via a two-level protection method all attacks are blocked and filtered.
DDoS Report for Central Europe - Q4 2017
In the fourth quarter of 2017, the Link11 Security Operation Center (LSOC) fended off 13,452 DDoS attacks. That was 116% more than in the previous year. The more than 13,000 attacks totaled 100,510 minutes or 1,675 hours. Attacks lasted seven minutes on average. The longest attack occurred on December 15 and lasted 194 minutes.Download
An increasing number of attacks, more aggressiveness, new vectors and new emerging botnets make DDoS an increasingly important topic for unsecured organizations among all industries. Throughout the past months, there was a continuous increase of the average bandwidth among with a rising number and duration of attacks.Download Read More
Between late April and late May 2017, a DDoS attacker calling himself ZZb00t was active primarily in Germany. British companies were also hit by his attacks. The Link11 Security Operation Center (LSOC) was able to gain insights into numerous attacks carried out by the self-proclaimed vulnerabilities hunter and analyzed the attack patterns. Beside his meticulous research into the weak spots of his victims’ IT infrastructure, his prolific Twitter communications stood out, whereas previous attackers such as DD4BC and Stealth Ravens did not seek publicity. The report summarizes attack analyses and contains excerpts from ZZb00t’s Twitter messages, which have since become inaccessible.Download Read More
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