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ADC Hacker Intelligence Initiative

The Imperva Hacker Intelligence Initiative goes inside the cyber-underground and provides analysis of the trending hacking techniques and interesting attack campaigns.

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Denial of Service Attacks: A Comprehensive Guide to Trends, Techniques and Technologies

On hacker forums, denial of service remains the most discussed topic. Hackers continue to develop tools to optimize this attack method. Why? DDoS attacks do not seek to breach data integrity or privacy; they can be conducted without the requirement of identifying vulnerabilities to exploit the application. This report catalogs the latest trends, techniques and technologies deployed by hackers and gives security professionals specific steps to mitigate the threat.

Tags: Application Security, DDoS, DoS, Denial of Service, Web Application Attacks, Trends

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Security Trends 2012

Hacking is inherently innovative and constantly changing. As 2012 approaches, security team will need to adapt to a changing threatscape as cyber security remains one of the most dynamic and fluid disciplines worldwide. Imperva's Application Defense Center (ADC), led by Imperva CTO Amichai Shulman, is exclusively focused on advancing the practice of data security to help companies shield themselves from the threat of hackers and insiders. For 2012, the ADC has assembled a comprehensive set of predictions designed to help security professionals prepare for new threats and attacks in cyber space.

Tags: Data Security, Security Trends, DDoS, Social Media, Compliance, HTML 5, SSL, Database Security, Application Security, SQL

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Monitoring Hacker Forums

As a part of Imperva's hacker intelligence initiative, we monitor hacker forums to understand many of the technical aspects of hacking. Forums are the cornerstone of hacking - they are used by hackers for training, communications, collaboration, recruitment, commerce and even social interaction. Forums contain tutorials to help curious neophytes mature their skills. Chat rooms are filled with technical subjects ranging from advice on attack planning and solicitations for help with specific campaigns. Commercially, forums are a marketplace for selling of stolen data and attack software. Most surprisingly, forums build a sense of community where members can engage in discussions on religion, philosophy and relationships.

Tags: Hackers, Hacking, Trends, LulzSec, Hacktivist, DDoS, SQL Injection, Web Application Security, Database Security, Application Security

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