Posts Tagged ‘Internet Protocol’

ATLAS 2.0: Observing A Rapidly Changing Internet

It’s already been over 2 years ago since we first introduced our Active Threat Level Analysis System – ATLAS, a multiphase project that’s been evolving pretty much constantly ever since.  The first phase of ATLAS focused on capturing data via a globally scoped network of sensors running a number of data capture and analysis tools […]

Distributed SSH Brute Force Attacks

Recently a couple of news reports have come in that suggest that someone has changed how they do SSH brute force attacks: Spike in failed SSH logins could be beginnings of a coordinated attack, ISC says from the TechTarget blogs on October 22. Distributed SSH attacks bypass blacklists posted on Heise Security today A low […]