Autosploit: A Marriage Made for DDoS Botnets

On January 30, 2018 a new mass exploitation tool called “Autosploit” was released on Github, a Git repository hosting service.

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Pundits Speculate: Did Russian Hackers Launch DDoS Attacks on Dutch Organizations?

The Dutch national tax office said its website went offline briefly, for 5-10 minutes. Regardless of how long they were under DDoS attack, those afflicted Dutch organizations should also be concerned about a security breach.

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Hackers Targeting 2018 Winter Olympic Games

As cyber threats have evolved and increased, so too has the probability of such attacks on the Games.

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The Rise of IoT Botnet Threats and DDoS attacks

IoT devices still suffer from basic security vulnerabilities and it is precisely this lack of security that makes them so attractive to hackers. But it’s not just a password problem anymore.

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New Malware and Mirai Botnet Variants Pose Significant Threats

There is no shortage of malware on the Dark Web. In particular, during the past week security researchers from various points around the world have been talking about three threats, two of which are variants of the now infamous Mirai botnet code.

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