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Nexusguard: ‘Booter’ DDoS Attacks on the Rise Again

Posted by Channel Partners Online on June 27, 2019

If the service provider fails to protect customers, figure out what is going on, or avoid collateral damage, then not only will customers be disappointed, but the service provider will also have to offer financial compensation for downtime as pledged in their service-level agreements (SLAs).

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Tags: DDoS, DDoS Protection, ddos for hire, bit-and-piece, booter

DDoS for hire attacks on the rise

Posted by ITProPortal on June 25, 2019

“Due to the increasing demand for DDoS attack services and the boom in connected devices, hackers for hire have doubled and DDoS campaigns are not going away for organizations,” said Juniman Kasman, chief technology officer for Nexusguard.

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Tags: DDoS, DDoS Protection, ddos for hire, bit-and-piece, booter

DDoS-for-hire websites make a comeback despite FBI crackdown: Nexusguard report

Posted by CISO MAG on June 25, 2019

Despite the earlier FBI crackdown, the DNS amplification types of DDoS attacks continued to be a favorite of DDoS-for-hire websites, soaring more than 40 times their volume compared to last quarter. The resurgence of DDoS-as-a-service and the growing botnets reinforce the evolving cyber threat of DDoS attacks for enterprises and communications service providers (CSPs).

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Tags: DDoS, DDoS Protection, ddos for hire, bit-and-piece, booter

DDoS-for-Hire Services Doubled in Q1

Posted by Dark Reading on June 25, 2019

Nexusguard's analysis also showed a continued trend toward what it calls bit-and-piece DDoS attacks, where threat actors contaminate a large and diverse pool of IP address with almost negligible sizes of junk traffic that converge and block a targeted IP. Such attacks can be hard to mitigate because of the negligible size of the DDoS traffic being routed through each one of the hundreds of IP addresses used in an attack, says Donny Chong, product director of enterprise security solutions at Nexusguard. 

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Tags: DDoS, DDoS Protection, ddos for hire, bit-and-piece, booter

Nexusguard Providing Expert Cybersecurity Insight at ITW 2019

Posted by JSA on June 24, 2019

Xenophon Giannis, Vice President, Sales at Nexusguard was interviewed by JSA in preparation for ITW 2019. During this video, Xen provides a great overview and further insight to Nexusguard, a premier DDoS mitigation provider that focuses on the network and caters to service providers.

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Tags: DDoS Protection, ITW2019

Vietnam ranks first in Southeast Asia for DDoS attack sources

Posted by Hanoi Times on May 6, 2019

Nexusguard Limited’s report for the fourth quarter of 2018 showed Vietnam’s significant position in the global DDoS attack picture. Vietnam ranks fourth in the world and first in Southeast Asia for Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack sources, reports at the conference "Protect network and data from DDoS attacks aiming at organizations and businesses" in Hanoi on May 3 showed.

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Tags: DDoS Protection

Largest DDoS-for-hire websites responsible for 11% of attacks worldwide – Nexusguard

Posted by Security Brief Australia on March 26, 2019

Researchers with Nexusguard said in a Tuesday report shared with Threatpost, that the number of DDoS attacks also dipped significantly, sinking by almost 11 percent in the fourth quarter of 2018. These decreases stem from a recent FBI December crackdown on DDoS for hire services, researchers said, which led the Justice Department to take offline 15 DDoS-for-hire internet domains.

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Tags: DDoS Protection, ddos for hire

DDoS Attack Size Drops 85% in Q4 2018

Posted by Dark Reading on March 20, 2019
Booter sites are the origin for many DDoS attacks as they make it "fairly simple" for amateur hackers to take down websites, explains Donny Chong, product director at Nexusguard. While the shutdown of booter sites had a positive effect on DDoS trends year-over-year, the growing prevalence of the "bit-and-piece" technique caused attacks to grow quarter-over-quarter.
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ThreatList: DDoS Attack Sizes Drop 85 Percent Post FBI Crackdown

Posted by Threat Post on March 19, 2019

Researchers with Nexusguard said in a Tuesday report shared with Threatpost, that the number of DDoS attacks also dipped significantly, sinking by almost 11 percent in the fourth quarter of 2018. These decreases stem from a recent FBI December crackdown on DDoS for hire services, researchers said, which led the Justice Department to take offline 15 DDoS-for-hire internet domains.

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Tags: DDoS Protection, ddos for hire

New DDoS attack technique puts CSPs at risk

Posted by SearchSecurity on January 31, 2019

Nexusguard found a new DDoS attack technique that targeted CSPs in which attackers used a bit-and-piece approach to inject junk into legitimate traffic and dodge detection.

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Tags: DDoS, CSP, cloud service providers, Communications Service Provider

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