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    #WhatTheTech 20 – Hyve’s Technology News of the Week with Sam Cooper

    Welcome to WhatTheTech, Hyve’s look at handpicked technology news stories from the week. In the news this week: Wikipedia has been offline for several hours after suffering a large-scale DDoS attack that took down the site across parts of Europe and the Middle East. The site is back up now with the company stating that these attacks threaten everyones fundamental rights to freely access and share information. In a week that has seen a lot of talk about the Joker and Pennywise the clown, you could imagine a lot of people’s phobias have been triggered. And Apple want in on the phobia-action too with the reveal of their new iPhone…

  • DDoS Defence – Hyve Managed Hosting
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    DDoS Defence – Hyve Managed Hosting

    DDoS attacks targets websites and online services, aiming to overwhelm them with more traffic than the server or network can handle. DDoS attacks can target anyone whether your website generates revenue or not. The aim is to disrupt services where possible. If a DDoS attack was launched against a customer protected by our solution, business continuity would be maintained. To speak to one of our cloud consultants about DDoS protection, give us a call on 0800 612 25 24 or email [email protected]

  • DDos Defence System – Hyve Managed Hosting Distributed Denial of Service attack solution
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    DDos Defence System – Hyve Managed Hosting Distributed Denial of Service attack solution

    DDoS attacks have risen dramatically in the past few years. Hyve’s DDoS defence system is a complete system to protect your business against malicious attacks. Based on detection, diversion, verification, and forwarding, we can ensure total protection. When a DDoS attack is launched against a victim protected by our solution, business continuity is maintained. Hyve’s DDoS defence system detects the DDoS attack. The malicious traffic is moved over to our scrubbing and filtering platforms, diverting the traffic destined for the target device to Arbour Networks’ facility for treatment. When the traffic is cleansed, it is routed back to your main server. This means all malicious traffic is diverted, whilst legitimate…

  • The Simple Truth About Web Hosts And Malware | The Threat Report News
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    The Simple Truth About Web Hosts And Malware | The Threat Report News

    A great deal of the malware going around these days is spread through the web. And yet, many web hosting companies don’t recognize that their hosted pages have been infected by malware or that one of their web hosting customers is deliberately distributing bad code. Reporting these types of malware-based incidents should be easy, so it can be removed quickly. When let loose on the web, malware has enormous potential to cause harm using things like stolen banking and credit card credentials; DDoS attacks; corporate proprietary data breaches; and downtime for hospital and government networks. And it’s not just traditional computers that are using the web these days—it’s also happening…