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SSL (or TLS) secures web services such as banking, online purchases, email and remote access. Popular services such as Twitter, Hotmail and Facebook are increasingly migrating to SSL to improve security and address privacy concerns. As more transactions and services are protected by SSL, DDoS attacks on SSL secured services are on the rise and […]

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Previous blog entries and analysis by others in the security community have shined a light upon the Dirt Jumper DDoS bot. Dirt Jumper continues to evolve (version 5 appears to be the newest) and a variety of other associated bots packages have emerged over time to include Simple, September, Khan, Pandora, the Di BoTNet and […]

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If you are a frequent reader of this blog, more or less you are already familiar with denial-of-service (DoS) attack. This attack typically targets a specific systems or servers and “floods” it with information in order to prevent legitimate users to access the information or service. This time around, we have observed a DoS attack […]

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