New Botnet Has Been Discovered – “Hello, Peppa!”
Eniko Toth

New Botnet Has Been Discovered – “Hello, Peppa!”

Our Attack Vector Miner (based on AI) is a very effective tool to identify 0. day attacks. Here comes the first catch! Discovery of a New Botnet At the beginning of July, our Attack Vector Miner created a new cluster, filled with logs about a new type of botnet. We perceived the first incident on 16th June from an Indian IP address (106.51.152.115). The first incident of the "Hello Peppa!" botnet Since then, we have detected more than 120.000 attacks of this botnet! The Behaviour of the “Hello, Peppa!” Botnet The specialty of this botnet is that the die ("Hello,...
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BitNinja Daily Routine - How to eliminate hackers on your servers completely?
George Egri

BitNinja Daily Routine - How to eliminate hackers on your servers completely?

We have collected the best practices of the most successful BitNinja customers. Would you like to completely eliminate hackers on your servers? Follow this guideline to achieve the most with BitNinja and stop all hackers. The initial steps When you first install BitNinja on your server, the best you can do is to enable all modules. All the beta modules are used in many production servers, it is safe in most of the cases to simply enable them all. If you have considerations about enabling all the modules, then here is a list of minimal modules to enable: IP reputation DoS detectio...
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Traffic Exchange Service- HitLeap and its consequences
Nikoletta Szabo

Traffic Exchange Service- HitLeap and its consequences

Nikoletta Szabo
Recently our support team has received questions about a highly controversial topic, a traffic exchange service, because these server owners started to receive incident reports from us about DoS attacks coming from their servers. We decided to write this blog in order to dissolve any possible concerns and doubts about BitNinja’s reaction to this service and its consequences. HitLeap is a traffic exchange service, which is mainly used by those who would like to boost their own marketing and have their site ranked somewhere at the beginning of Google’s search list. This counter-marketing serv...
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5 Signs That Your Server Has Been Compromised

George Egri
There are many ways your server can be compromised. In this article, I try to sum up the top 5 signs, which show your server has been compromised through your website. Your website is a very vulnerable part of your server, so many attacks targeting this interface. Not only big enterprises, like Sony or Apple, can be the target of hackers. SMEs are now being pinpointed by digital attackers as well. Only in the UK, nearly three-quarters (74%) of small organisations reported a security breach in the last year. However, the majority of cyber breaches could be prevented by adopting some o...
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