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One silver lining that has come out of the SolarWinds (Solorigate) incident is the huge amount of new security blogs and content that Microsoft and other vendors have published. Even if your organization was not directly affected by the attack, you are probably having to answer questions about what you and your team are doing […]

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For the first time, respondents to Arbor Networks 7th annual Worldwide Infrastructure Security Report indicated they had observed IPv6 DDoS attacks on their networks. This marks a significant milestone in the arms race between attackers and defenders. As the chart below shows, network operators are concerned about having sufficient visibility and mitigation capabilities to protect […]

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The week before we published a blog that discussed typosquatting of social web sites that lead visitors to spam survey sites with a high Alexa ranking. With our on-going research, we discovered that cyber-criminals are carrying out even more work, and the campaign is more widespread than we originally thought. Their targets are not limited to […]

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