This is a guest post by Elie Bursztein who writes about security and anti-abuse research. It was first published on his blog and has been lightly edited. This post provides a retrospective analysis of Mirai — the infamous Internet-of-Things botnet that took down major websites via massive distributed denial-of-service using hundreds
This is a guest post by Emily Schwartz, Product Manager for the AddThis team at Oracle. With a background in digital media that has spanned across NPR, WaPo Labs, Trove, and others, Emily cares deeply about helping publishers leverage data and technology for success. The Process of Paring Down When
This is a guest post by Laurence Tratt, who is a programmer and Reader in Software Development in the Department of Informatics at King's College London where he leads the Software Development Team. He is also an EPSRC Fellow. Programming language Virtual Machines (VMs) are familiar beasts: we use them
This is a guest post by Elie Bursztein who writes about security and anti-abuse research. It was first published on his blog and has been lightly edited. This post summarizes how prevalent encrypted web traffic interception is and how it negatively affects online security according to a study published at
The following is a guest blog post by Chris Holland, Director of Technology at Luxury Link. Luxury Link has been using CloudFlare’s Railgun acceleration technology since March 2013. In March 2013, we started testing Railgun, and slowly rolled it out across our three web properties. We saw immediate
The following guest post is by Brad Litwin at A2 Hosting, one of the CloudFlare Hosting partners. They asked to talk about how CloudFlare is helping their customers. Learn more about the CloudFlare hosting partner program. Photo credit: Lisa Mani When I spoke to our web development team about what
Liew Cheon Fong (a.k.a LiewCF) is a full-time tech blogger from Malaysia writing about tech news, tech tips and gadget reviews at: www.liewcf.com My blog (http://liewcf.com) was frequently coming under heavy server load because of malicious traffic. The malicious traffic to my blog frequently
Hi there! My name is Steve Nims and I'm a recent graduate of Rochester Institute of Technology's E. Philip Saunders College of Business located in Rochester, NY. While I received my B.S. from RIT in Accounting, I've always had a passion for technology.