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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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Imperva's Web Application Attack Report (July 2013)


Examining today's application security threat landscape, Imperva finds that retailers suffer 2X as many SQL injection attacks as other industries. Report also shows that most applications are attacked more than four times a month, and the US retains its rank as the #1 source of web attacks in the world, among many other findings.

Tags: Application Security, SQL Injection, SQLi, Data Security, Web Application Attacks, Trends


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Imperva's Web Application Attack Report (July 2012)


Imperva's ADC finds that the median annual attack incidents was 274 times a year. The average attack incident for the observed Web applications lasted seven minutes and 42 seconds, but the longest attack incident lasted an hour and 19 minutes.

Tags: Application Security, SQL Injection, SQLi, Data Security, Web Application Attacks, Trends


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Automation of Attacks


How do hackers automate? What do they automate? And most importantly: How can security teams block automated attacks? The latest Hacker Intelligence Initiative from Imperva's Application Defense Center will help you answer these questions and many more.

Tags: Automated Web Application Attacks, Hacking, SQL Injection, SQLi, Remote File Inclusion, RFI, sqlmap, Havij, NetSparker, libwww-perl


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Imperva's Web Application Attack Report (January 2012)


Imperva monitored and categorized attacks across the internet targeting 40 different enterprise and government web applications. The WAAR outlines the frequency, type and geography of origin of each attack to help security professionals better prioritize vulnerability remediation.

Tags: Application Security, Remote File Inclusion, RFI, SQL Injection, SQLi, Local File Inclusion, LFI, Cross Site Scripting, XSS, Directory Traversal, DT, Data Security, Web Application Attacks


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An Anatomy of a SQL Injection Attack (SQLi)


This month's report from Imperva's Hacker Intelligence Initiative (HII) focuses on the rise in SQL Injection (SQLi) attacks on the Web. Dominating headlines for the past year, SQLi has become a widely-known, even outside the circle of security professionals. And for good reason: SQL injection is probably the most expensive and costly attack since it is mainly used to steal data. Famous breaches, including Sony, Nokia, Heartland Payment Systems and even Lady Gaga's Web sites were compromised by hackers who used SQL injection to break-in to the application's backend database. LulzSec, the notorious hacktivist group, made SQLi a key part of their arsenal. This report details how prevalent SQL injection attacks have become, how attacks are executed and how hackers are innovating SQLi attacks to bypass security controls as well as increase potency.

Tags: SQLi, SQL Injection, LulzSec, Hacktivist, Web Application Attacks, Data Security

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