Archive for the Botnet detection Category

Netgear Vulnerability Exploit Demonstration Video

Netgear Vulnerability Exploit Demonstration Video

Once you see this vulnerability in action you can easily see how this exploit can be used to create havoc. If someone does take control of your router, they can easily infect or target other devices like IoT. – Eric Watkins, Sr. Malicious Detection Researcher

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Looking forward to the DEF CON 25 Hacking Conference

Looking forward to the DEF CON 25 Hacking Conference

Two large annual security conferences are taking place in Las Vegas this week and I will be attending the second one.

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zvelo IoT CyberSecurity Monitors Network Devices in MSSP Alert

zvelo IoT CyberSecurity Monitors Network Devices in MSSP Alert

zvelo beta tests Internet of Things security solution that leverages software-based sensors. zvelo CEO Jeff Finn explains how the assessment system works. *****The following article, by DH Kass, appears in MSSP Alert‘s web site and was originally published on June 16, 2017. Zvelo is beta testing an IoT Security solution, a software-based sensor that discovers network-attached devices, profiles them and tags compromised units. Think of it as an elaborate, sophisticated hall monitor that knows how you behave, […]

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zvelo mentioned by Genius Monkey’s CEO in Forbes as a quality tool to entice quality traffic

zvelo mentioned by Genius Monkey’s CEO in Forbes as a quality tool to entice quality traffic

*****The following article, by Clint Ethington, CEO & Co-Founder of Genius Monkey and appears as an online article in the Business section (Forbes CommunityVoice) on Forbes’ web site and was originally published on April 25, 2017. Three Ways Marketers Can Prevent Today’s Ad Fraud The measurement and tracking of today’s advertising results are susceptible to contamination, plagued by malicious fraudulent activity that’s created in various ways. Ideally, fraudulent ads would never be able to make […]

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Inside the zvelo Free Bot Detection Service

Unlimited Bot Detection and dashboard access? For free?! Customers are rightfully cautious when they hear that something is free. Through anecdotal experience, one would typically ask, “What’s the catch?” Or at the very least they assume that they are getting a trial version of a full product. The choice to make our Bot Detection offering completely free was an easy one for us. In order to gauge the importance that the industry places on bot […]

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IoT, Botnets and DDOS: Avoid Becoming Part of the Problem

IoT, Botnets and DDOS: Avoid Becoming Part of the Problem

IoT, Botnets and DDOS: Avoid Becoming Part of the Problem Recently, hackers successfully unleashed an absolutely massive Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack that swiftly knocked some popular websites offline, including Twitter, Spotify, Amazon and even GitHub. DDoS attacks are of course nothing new, but the latest attack was unique. Primarily because of its scale, but also because it was carried out with a botnet utilizing Internet of Things (IoT) connected devices, as opposed to […]

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zvelo Spent the Week with over 20,000 Hackers at DEF CON 24 (Final Thoughts)

zvelo Spent the Week with over 20,000 Hackers at DEF CON 24 (Final Thoughts)

zvelo Spent the Week with over 20,000 Hackers at DEF CON 24 — Wraping it all up (Pt. 4) DEF CON is one of the largest, (if not the largest), hacker conferences in the world. Held over four days every August in Las Vegas, DEF CON is now in its 24th year and is bigger, better — and scarier — than ever. Our Senior Malicious Detection Researcher, Eric Watkins, participated again this year and provided […]

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zvelo Spent the Week with over 20,000 Hackers at DEF CON 24 (Pt. 3)

zvelo Spent the Week with over 20,000 Hackers at DEF CON 24 (Pt. 3)

zvelo Spent the Week with over 20,000 Hackers at DEF CON 24 — Here’s What We Saw (Pt. 3) DEF CON is one of the largest, (if not the largest), hacker conferences in the world. Held over four days every August in Las Vegas, DEF CON is now in its 24th year and is bigger, better — and scarier — than ever. Our Senior Malicious Detection Researcher, Eric Watkins, participated again this year and provided […]

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zvelo Spent the Week with over 20,000 Hackers at DEF CON 24 (Pt. 2)

zvelo Spent the Week with over 20,000 Hackers at DEF CON 24 (Pt. 2)

zvelo Spent the Week with over 20,000 Hackers at DEF CON 24 — Here’s What We Saw DEF CON is one of the largest, (if not the largest), hacker conferences in the world. Held over four days every August in Las Vegas, DEF CON is now in its 24th year and is bigger, better — and scarier — than ever. Our Senior Malicious Detection Researcher, Eric Watkins, participated again this year and provided a great […]

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zvelo Spent the Week with over 20,000 Hackers at DEF CON 24

zvelo Spent the Week with over 20,000 Hackers at DEF CON 24

zvelo Spent the Week with over 20,000 Hackers at DEF CON 24 — Here’s What We Saw DEF CON is one of the largest, (if not the largest), hacker conferences in the world. Held over four days every August in Las Vegas, DEF CON is now in it’s 24th year and is bigger, better — and scarier — than ever. Our Senior Malicious Detection Researcher, Eric Watkins, participated again this year and provided a great […]

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Companies creating in-house ad tech trading desks find the need for more partnership clarity.

Companies creating in-house ad tech trading desks find the need for more partnership clarity.

Companies That are Creating In-house Ad Tech Trading Desks Find the Need for More Partnership Clarity A recent article in AdAge points out that as more marketers embrace highly sophisticated digital media buying technology, many are discovering the need to build their own partnerships and systems to do it. Even the three biggest global ad spenders—Procter & Gamble Co., Unilever and L’Oréal—either have developed or are developing new proprietary technology systems. And, while they are […]

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“Chameleon” First Botnet Tied to Display Ad Fraud

There have been two notable botnets that have cost online advertisers millions of dollars in advertising click fraud in recent weeks. The first botnet, Bamital, was taken down by Microsoft and Symantec in February. A second botnet was later identified and dubbed Chameleon by Spider.io, a security company that specializes in analyzing web traffic. Since zvelo is also in the business of analyzing and categorizing web content viewed by actual users, this story resonated hard with zveloLABS.

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