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The  Web Application Threat Trend Report (WATT report)  is an annual report, complied with the log data from Penta Security’s WAPPLES, and Cloudbric’s cloud-based WAF (Web Application Firewall). This report only contains data that customers have agreed to share.  The main purpose of this report is to find out possible future web attack patterns through the latest attack trends and show how our WAF service can help you stay protected from cyberattacks.  Industry trend  Based
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Have you ever noticed that something appears at the front of every website link? That is either HTTP or HTTPS. But even when you type in the website address without the HTTP or HTTPS, you are still directed to that particular site. So what do an HTTP and HTTPS do? Reading our blog on our official blog page is one example. So when you click on one of our blogs the data that appears on your
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According to a survey that was conducted by The Identity Theft Resource Center, the number of data leakages has declined in the first half of 2020 and the number of victims has decreased by 66% compared to last year.  But you should not let your guard down just because the number of cases has gone down. The pandemic that began this year has led to a surge in the use of remote access, and there
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RDDoS
Hackers are always finding new ways to transform traditional attacks to make a more effective and powerful cyberattack. Recently, an attack called Ransom DDoS or RDDoS attack has been targeting the financial sector. In this blog, we will discuss what an RDDoS attack is and how it threatens users. First threaten, then attack  Ransom DDoS has a similar name to a cyberattack known as ransomware. Ransomware is a type of cyberattack that uses a combination
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downside
Since the dawn of the internet, our privacy has been at risk. To paraphrase The Police—a heavy hitter band that dominated the airwaves in the 1970s and 1980s for those of you too young to remember—every move you make, someone’s watching you.  From cookies quietly slipped into our laptops, tablets, and phones to surreptitious tracking of the paths we take in our browsing journeys, many of us simply accept that giving up some privacy is
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Since the COVID-19 pandemic started spreading across the world in the first quarter of 2020, a lot of day-to-day activities like shopping, work, food delivery, learning, and recreation have moved online. There has also been increased internet usage as people search for information regarding COVID-19. This shift to online activities has made government, health, media, retail, and other essential services websites an attractive target for DDoS attackers. That being said, DDoS attacks have not only
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ransomware
This guide will discuss the steps you can take to retrieve your data from a ransomware attack successfully.  If you have experienced such an attack, you will agree that ransomware is one of the most dreadful experiences. Just imagine the scenario: You are working on your system, and suddenly a message pops up, indicating your system has been hijacked. And the only way to gain access to your computer system is to pay the dedicated
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A ransom-driven DDoS attack is a new scheme performed by a group of cybercriminals that threaten to launch Distributed DoS attacks against unprotected companies. These groups extort victims by demanding ransom payments and intimidating them. Ransom DDoS can be so deadly because first, it creates fear, and second (if they are executed), they can hold the service of systems, websites, servers, or entire networks “ as prisoners.”  Organizations victims of these DDoS extortion campaigns see
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MSSP
Web Application Firewalls (WAF) are one of the most important security technologies against denial-of-service attacks (DDoS). If you are new here, this is a type of cyberattack in which a malicious actor makes an online service unavailable to users by overwhelming a system with traffic from multiple sources. Simply put, a DDoS attack is more or less like a traffic snarl-up on the highway, barring regular traffic from getting to their destination.   DDoS attacks are
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cloud security
IT security is more than just managing a single server. Now, the growing popularity of the cloud environment is able to address the same internal and external threats within the field. Cloud service providers manage the cloud computing environment for companies, so does this mean that companies are free from all kinds of existing security problems? Not really.  Cloud service providers do provide security services but are still at the hardware security level. However, application
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