Month: August 2014

IPv4 Is Not Enough

Last week in Chicago, at the annual SIGCOMM flagship research conference on networking, Arbor collaborators presented some exciting developments in the ongoing story of IPv6 roll out.  This joint work (full paper here) between Arbor Networks, the University of Michigan, the International Computer Science Institute, Verisign Labs, […]

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Five Sinkholes of newGOZ

By Dennis Schwarz and Dave Loftus It has been a few weeks since news broke of the Zeus Gameover variant known as newGOZ. As has been reported, the major change in this version is the removal of the P2P command and control (C2) component in favor […]

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