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Over the first 23 years of this century, the Linux operating system has become as ubiquitous as Windows. Although only 3% of people use it on their laptops and PCs, Linux dominates the Internet of Things, and is also the most popular server OS. You almost certainly have at least one Linux device at home […]

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The Internet is a chaotic medium — packets tend to flow from a uniformly distributed set of sources to a variety of destinations. Yet, during distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks, the chaos suddenly becomes more ordered: A large number of devices send network packets to a limited number of addresses in a small time frame. By […]

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Most of the healthcare organizations hit by distributed denial-of-service attacks by pro-Russia hacktivists in January have one or more level 1 trauma centers, indicating that the attackers aimed to disrupt care for the most critically ill and injured patients, according to a new government report warning of the ongoing and evolving threats. While nuisance hacking […]

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