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By proceeding you agree to the recording and the use of your personal data. Attacks in the second quarter of provided indications that the botnet is still in place from its earlier use in the Operation Ababil attacks against financial institutions in Cambridge, MA July 22, Malicious actors switch tactics to build, deploy and conceal powerful botnets percent increase in average peak bandwidth in Q2 vs.
Attacks involving server-side botnets have only been observed by Akamai in the most sophisticated and carefully orchestrated DDoS campaigns.
Attack Traffic and Security Akamai maintains a distributed set of unadvertised agents deployed across the Internet to log connection attempts that the company classifies as attack traffic. The report also examines intenet percentage of connections to Akamai from mobile network providers at “broadband” speeds more than 4 Mbps. While the use of NTP reflection attacks was down significantly in the second quarter oflikely due to community cleanup work, SNMP reflector attacks surged during the quarter, filling the void.
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In the coming quarters, we expect to consolidate these publications with the goal of publishing a combined report that delivers an unparalleled level of insight into the Internet threat landscape.
Cambridge, MA September 30, Compared to the second quarter of 22 percent increase in total DDoS attacks 72 percent increase in average attack bandwidth 46 percent increase in infrastructure Layer 3 and 4 attacks 54 percent decrease in average attack duration: Hte ranged from just 0. Server-side botnets are preying on web vulnerabilities and reflection and amplification tactics are allowing attackers to do more with less. To learn more about how Akamai is accelerating the pace of innovation in a hyperconnected world, please visit www.
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Reflection and amplification attacks were more popular in the second quarter of as compared to the same period inrepresenting more than 15 percent of all infrastructure attacks. Their high-volume infrastructure attacks have had signatures that appear to be specially crafted to avoid detection by Ihternet mitigation technology.
A complimentary copy is available as a free PDF download at www. Akamai maintains a distributed set of unadvertised agents deployed across the Internet to log connection attempts that the company classifies as attack traffic.
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For the first time in the history of the State of the Internet Report, the global unique IP address count declined quarter over quarter, by a nominal 0. Tom Leighton Rick M.
Hesse Tom Killalea Jonathan F. The findings do not account for other “readiness” factors, including availability of 4K-encoded content or 4K-capable televisions and media players. They potentially pose a significant danger to businesses, governments and other organizations. This trend supports assertions from the Prolexic Q2 Global DDoS Attack Reportsuggesting that volumetric attacks targeting Layers have increased while application attacks targeting Layers have declined.
Akamai Releases Second Quarter 2014 ‘State of the Internet’ Report
These attacks take advantage of the functionality of common Internet protocols and misconfigured servers. The report, which provides analysis and insight into the akamao DDoS threat landscape, can be downloaded at www. Malicious actors switch tactics to build, deploy and conceal powerful botnets percent increase in average peak bandwidth in Q2 vs.
Q2 Akamai Technologies, Inc. Hesse Tom Killalea Jonathan F.