Less brawny, more stealthy. That’s the verdict of Arbor Networks’ annual worldwide security infrastructure report, which claims that DDoS attacks are getting smaller and harder to detect without losing any of their lethality. The report also notes that while the sheer number of attacks went up 20% last year, the pace of growth has slowed considerably. Read more.
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