• DDoS Threats & Security Attacks: DDoS Reports & Cyber Security Threats

    New cyber security attacks and DDoS threats are lurking in the shadows everyday. Read the latest information and stay head of these vulnerabilities with updated DDoS reports and cyber security threat reports from Radware's Emergency Response Team (ERT).

    Super Bowl LIII

    1/30/2019

    As Super Bowl LIII approaches, Radware’s Emergency Response Team (ERT) research team turns its attention to the crowds and the target-rich environments created by high profile sporting events.

    MalSpam

    1/10/2019

    Radware researchers have been following multiple campaigns targeting the financial industry in Europe and the United States.

    Demonbot

    10/26/2018

    Radware Threat Research Center is monitoring and tracking a malicious agent that is leveraging a Hadoop YARN unauthenticated remote command execution in order to infect Hadoop clusters with an unsophisticated new bot that identifies itself as DemonBot.

    Credential Stuffing Campaign

    10/19/2018

    Over the last few weeks, Radware has been tracking a credential stuffing campaign targeting the financial industry in the United States and Europe. Credential stuffing is an emerging threat in 2018 that has continued to accelerate over the past month as more breaches occur. Today, a breach doesn’t just impact the compromised organization and its users, but it also affects every other website that the users may use. 


    DNS Hijacking Targets Brazilian Banks

    8/10/2018

    The Radware Threat Research Center has identified a hijacking campaign aimed at Brazilian bank customers via their IoT devices and is attempting to gain their bank credentials.

    Satori IoT Botnet Variant

    6/19/2018

    On June 15, Radware’s deception network detected an upsurge of malicious activity scanning and infecting a variety of IoT devices to take advantage of recently discovered device exploits.

    2018 FIFA World Cup

    6/7/2018

    Cybercriminals and hacktivist are getting ready to disrupt the digital experience during 2018 FIFA World Cup™*. Russian authorities, sponsors, service providers, and even stadium networks, are expected to be targeted throughout the months of June and July via a variety of methods for both personal gain and cyber-vandalism.