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Remote Work Pushes Brute-Force Attacks Higher

The widespread switch to work-from-home arrangements around the globe means employees are working offsite at unprecedented levels. It’s also prompted cybercriminals to find additional targets to exploit. We have heard for months ...
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Report: Attacks on Financial Services Targeting APIs

A report published by Akamai Technologies suggests cybercriminals targeting the financial services sector are starting to focus more of their attacks on application programming interfaces (APIs). From December 2017 through November 2019, ...
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Brute Force Attacks on IoT – Here to Stay?

Brute Force Attacks on IoT – Here to Stay?

IoT devices, such as routers, printers, televisions, cameras, lamps, baby-monitors and what-ever-else, can be found, well, everywhere. Their use has been growing for years and is expected to continue to grow. Unfortunately, ...
Top 6 Threat Discoveries of 2018

Top 6 Threat Discoveries of 2018

Over the course of 2018, Radware’s Emergency Response Team (ERT) identified several cyberattacks and security threats across the globe. Below is a round-up of our top discoveries from the past year. For ...
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Brute-Force Attacks: Fight Back with Education, Remote Support

Brute-force attacks can be IT security provider nightmares. Automated software allows would-be data thieves to make consecutive guesses–millions in just seconds–and, through trial and error, crack into passwords and other encrypted data ...
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