Tag Archives: website firewall

IPv4 vs IPv6 Performance Comparison

IPv6 usage has been growing very slowly through the last 10 to 15 years. Since mid-2015 it started to pick up and increase adoption at a rapid pace. Google, for example, has been tracking their IPv6 usage since 2009 and it is beautiful to finally see some growth. As the number of available IPv4 addresses… More Info »

Large CCTV Botnet Leveraged in DDoS Attacks

Our security operations team investigate and mitigate multiple denial of service (DDoS) attacks every single day. One recent case caught our attention because of the intensity and duration of the attack, and – as we discovered through some research – how it was being done. In this article, we’ll share the specifics in an effort to track… More Info »

Analyzing ImageTragick Exploits in the Wild

Three days ago the ImageMagic (ImageTragick) vulnerability was released to the world. We’ve been actively monitoring as promised, and have started to see a few different attacks targeting the vulnerability. Interestingly enough, the attacks themselves seem to be targeted against specific customers and not mass blanket attacks, which is what you’d expect when these typeRead More Info »

Troubleshooting Mixed Content Warnings with HTTPS

Much of the web continues to march towards creating secure communications between devices through the use of things like HTTPS/TLS (aka SSL). We’ve seen Google talk about giving SSL a ranking boost and flagging non-HTTPS websites within the browser (Chrome) as insecure. We have also seen various organizations take the call to arms – with StartSSL offering free SSLRead More Info »