• 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).

    Phantom Squad - To Believe Or Not To Believe


    Over the last week, Radware’s Emergency Response Team (ERT) has been tracking a DDoS-for-ransom campaign (RDoS) from a group claiming to be Phantom Squad, a group that made public threats to DDoS Steam, Xbox Live and PlayStation Network in December of 2015.

    CodeFork Malware Attack


    Since 2015, the Radware Malware Research Team has been following CodeFork - a group of hackers who recently launched a new campaign with updated malware tools and infection techniques. This group distributes malware to be utilized across a number of use cases. The new campaign features advanced file-less evasion and persistence techniques, as well as a new module that mines Monero cryptocurrency.

    Recent DDoS Attacks on Game Providers Ubisoft and NCSoft


    There is nothing new about DDoS attacks against the gaming industry and over the last several weeks there have been a number of assaults launched against a handful of gaming companies.

    NotPetya: A Petya Ransomware Variant


    On June 27, 2017, a global ransomware campaign targeting computers around the world with a new ransomware variant referred to as NotPetya.

    Ransomware Attacks: RDoS (Ransom DDoS) On The Rise


    With the value of bitcoin increasing in recent weeks, Radware is witnessing an increase in cyber-attacks driven by financially-motivated and ransom-based attacks. A group claiming to be the Armada Collective has sent out ransom notes to seven banks in South Korea.

    Bitcoin Exchanges Under Fire


    Radware’s Emergency Response Team (ERT) has been following a trend in outages effecting bitcoin exchanges over the last several weeks. Predicted by Radware last year, attacks against bitcoin exchanges and marketplaces seem correlated with currency value fluctuations and have exponentially grown due to the rise in value of bitcoin – hitting an all-time high of $2,995 USD on June 11.



    OpIcarus is a multiphase operation originally launched by Anonymous on February 8, 2016 and is now entering its fifth phase on June 11, 2017.