• DDoS Attack Reports & Cyber Security Threat Reports

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

    Inside the Hackers Arsenal: HTTP Flood Tools


    While record-breaking volumetric DDoS attacks flash in the headlines, low profile Denial-of-Service attacks continue to hit business worldwide.

    Deutsche Telekom Routers Takeover Attempt


    The purpose was to inject malware and enslave new devices, thereby turning them into a botnet for future attacks. This attempt failed and the routers where not infected. Yet, the devices crashed due to an overload caused by the attack.

    A Costly Investment: Banks Worldwide Losing Millions


    The financial services industry once again finds itself under cyber-attack, this time the victim of their own digital tellers. In recent weeks, banks in Russia, United Kingdom, Taiwan and other countries have suffered from mega breaches originated in compromised ATMs.



    BlackNurse is a non-volumetric, low bandwidth Denial-of-Service attack that overloads firewalls and can potentially knock businesses offline. It can be easily launched from a single laptop.

    OpKillingBay 2016


    Online protests in the form of network and application attacks against countries and organizations involved in whale and dolphin hunting has become an integral part of hunting season. OpKillingBay is an annual Advanced Persistent Denial of Service (APDoS) campaign created by Anonymous.

    New Risks Revealed by Mirai Botnet


    The Mirai botnet struck the security industry in three massive attacks that shook traditional DDoS protection paradigms, proving that the Internet of Things (IoT) is real and the grounds for building powerful and sophisticated cyber-attack tools.

    DNS Services Under Attack


    On the morning of October 21st Dyn suffered a denial of service attack that interrupted their Managed DNS network1. As a result, hundreds of thousands of websites became unreachable to most of the world including Amazon’s EC22.