European banks teamed up with information security agencies and governments to run a DDoS cyber-attack preparedness exercise today.
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European financial institutions, ISPs and government agencies participated in the cybersecurity exercise
Evangelos Ouzounis, the leader of Europe’s cyber war games tells us what happens now as the EU prepares to launch its grand security strategy
US bank attacks prove that DDoS hits are getting much nastier. Businesses should be more than a little concerned, says Tom Brewster
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Hacktivists have launched a series of DDoS attacks on UK, US and Swedish government websites in the latest leg of a campaign to embarrass countries seen as pursuing Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.
Anonymous UK claim responsibility for attacks that left both sites inaccessible for over an hour yesterday.
As Infosecurity reported yesterday, both the MI5 and MI6 websites were attacked by Anonymous in the name of OpFreeAssange. Both sites were down for about an hour, demonstrating that few sites can withstand a concerted DDoS attack.
AT&T says a distributed denial of service attack Aug. 15 impacted some of its DNS servers and disrupted Internet service for some of its customers.
Wikileaks sites remain down, as does Demonoid, and Anonymous isn’t happy
Anti-virus vendor discovers Flame-like malware targeting Lebanese banks.
CBR pulls together the expert opinion on the Gauss malware, said to be attacking banks in the Middle East
Hackers are likely to be excited by Facebook’s move in to gambling
Cloud antivirus firm Webroot and network security company Corero Network Security Inc. are joining forces to amp up security around suspicious IP addresses, a move that enables channel partners to offer a host of risk-based services aimed at preventing customers from being the next distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack victim.
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Broomfield, Colorado-based Webroot, the provider of security products, announced this morning that it has partnered with a network security company, Corero Network Security, to integrate its products with Corero's network security software.
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Distributed denial-of-service (Doz) attacks against websites or web services continue to grow in volume and complexity, and are also increasingly being used as a distraction from other criminal activities, security firm Arbor Networks warned this week.
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