Researchers recently uncovered an IoT botnet that has infected more than 1M organizations. Can we survive the next DDoS attack and avoid a botnet apocalypse?
A trend is growing where online travel agencies and travel aggregators are unleashing armies of bots to run price scraping operations which may in certain cases, hoard tickets and prevent humans from making travel arrangements.
Owner of a botnet has leaked the access credentials for more than 515,000 servers and claimed they were changing business models to make use of cloud service providers instead.
Stolen documents from Russia’s FSB indicate that the country is building an IoT botnet capable of gigantic DDoS attacks by rounding up millions of poorly-secured devices.
The US Cyber Command is expecting the TrickBot botnet to be involved in election interference attempts, and is actively running persistent operations against it along with Microsoft.
Yandex warded off the largest DDoS attack in history recorded at 22 million requests per second and attributed to a new botnet Meris that exploits MikroTik devices.