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Any company that has an online presence tracks how much traffic flows through its infrastructure on a regular basis for various reasons that include getting to know customers better to improve their user experience, identifying the most-read pages to improve SEO, track where most leads and sales come from to focus on the right markets, improving your cybersecurity posture, and many more. That said, any organization would know how many site visitors they normally get each day.
Of course, there may be periods when your site visitor volume spikes. This happens when you promote a page on social media, launch a new product or service, hold a sale, or advertise. But have you ever gotten baffled as to why a certain article that hasn’t done well in the past, for instance, is suddenly gaining a lot of traction? Cyber attackers may be trying to knock your site off the Web via a DDoS attack. How do you find out so you can address the issue? I would suggest looking for a WHOIS database download.
Choose one that contains billions of WHOIS records that span the entire TLD space (includes gTLDs and ccTLDs) so you can get relatively complete and accurate results. A WHOIS database that keeps track of not just newly registered domains but also provides detailed historical information on old domains would also be ideal. Make sure the WHOIS database download product of your choice comes in a format that you can easily compare with your website visitor log. Run a comparison and identify suspicious-looking domains among the unusual site visitors.
After pinpointing possible sources of a DDoS attack. Check your website for signs of DDoS activity, which include:
- Slow access to files whether you’re inside or outside your office network
- Long-term lack of access to a certain site or page (404 error)
- Internet disconnection or timeout
- Lack of access to connected sites and pages
- An unusually large number of spam
List down the domains used in spam. Any of them look like those in your suspect list? Try manually blocking user access from them to your site and pages if your security solution doesn’t. Check if this did the trick. If it did, then you’ve just survived a DDoS attack.
DDoS attacks have been plaguing Internet users for 20 years now. And though much has been said and done to prevent them, they still manage to get the better of companies with insufficiently secured websites and pages. In fact, reports say the number of DDoS attacks that lasted more than an hour increased by 487 percent from 2018 to 2019. This isn’t surprising at all because cybercriminals and attackers always rely on what works.
There are several reasons why your company can be subjected to a DDoS attack, which include:
- Extortion: The attackers want you to pay to gain back normal site operations.
- Unscrupulous business practices: Cybercriminals sometimes offer DDoS services to take out a competitor’s websites or disrupt its operations.
- Punishment for undesired actions: You may have thwarted another attack attempt on your network and the bad guys want payback.
- Expression of anger and criticism: You may have aroused the ire of hacktivists and so they’re getting back at your company.
- Training ground for other attacks: The attackers may be practicing on your site before going after their real target.
- Distraction from other malicious acts: The attackers could just be diverting your attention from more nefarious intrusion activities they may be performing in your network.
Whatever the attackers’ motivation is for targeting your website, you can prevent them from succeeding with a WHOIS database download. You don’t have to lose face or opportunities due to a DDoS or any other cyber attack if you take a proactive stance toward securing your domain infrastructure. Start regular domain monitoring now.
Alexandre François is Head of Content and Marketing at Safesend Software . He enjoys sharing best practices and practical tips that individuals and businesses can use to protect themselves against cyber threats.
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Which of these Democrats can insure more Americans?
As Wednesday’s debate made vividly clear, there are almost as many versions of “Medicare for All” as there are Democratic candidates — and each one thinks their plan is the path to insuring every American.
For California Sen. Kamala Harris and former Vice President Joe Biden, health care became the sequel to their first fiery exchange — when Harris, peering over at Biden, movingly recalled during the first round of debates last month how the busing policy he once backed had changed the course of her life.
This time they were in Detroit, joined for the second night of this second round of Democratic primary debates by New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker and seven other presidential hopefuls.
Though only two candidates referenced health care in their opening remarks — former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julian Castro, who also served as the mayor of San Antonio, Texas; and New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand — there was another elephant in the room: Medicare for All.
For about 24 minutes, nearly a quarter of the debate, the 10 Democrats wrestled for control of the health care issue. They batted around arguments for why their version of a government plan would bring Americans universal health coverage. They cited the hefty profits of the insurance and pharmaceutical industries as a critical symptom of the system’s ills.
Harris was confident in outlining her Medicare for All plan, saying she listened to Americans to create an approach that would respond to their needs. This would include a public option and a 10-year transition to a new Medicare-based system.
But Biden quickly hit back, saying that when someone promises something in 10 years, you have to wonder why it will take so long. He reiterated his support for the Affordable Care Act, saying it is working and the best way forward is to “build on what’s working.”
They bickered over how to retain choices for consumers, using terms like private and employer-based insurance, public option and Medicare Advantage.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio puzzled over the “mythology that people are in love with their private insurance.” Washington Gov. Jay Inslee boasted that his state just became the first to provide its citizens with a public option. Biden boldly repeated his version of a claim very similar to the one that once earned President Barack Obama PolitiFact’s 2013 Lie of the Year.
At times the back and forth was fast and furious, and it seemed even the candidates were lost in the numbers they were firing across the stage. Fortunately, we were taking notes.
HARRIS: “I’m going to go back to Vice President Biden because your plan does not cover everyone in America by your staff’s and your own definition. Ten million people, as many as 10 million people, will not have access to health care.”
Her claim needs, at least, further scrutiny.
When Biden unveiled his health care plan a couple weeks ago, his campaign noted — under the bold heading, “Give Every American Access to Affordable Health Insurance” — that it would insure “more than an estimated 97 percent of Americans.”
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, who is also running for the Democratic presidential nomination, first proposed the Medicare for All plan. His campaign initially seized on that figure on Monday, arguing that that would leave about 10 million people uninsured.
A Harris campaign spokeswoman pointed to the fact that there are an estimated 329.3 million people in the United States, and 3% of the total population would be about 9.88 million people.
Imprecise math aside, there are other factors that could play into the number of uninsured individuals under a Biden health care system. That includes the fact that some Americans just don’t want insurance — the problem the Affordable Care Act’s individual mandate was intended to fix. But Republicans in Congress repealed the penalty for that mandate.
SEN. MICHAEL BENNET: “I believe we should finish the job we started with the Affordable Care Act with a public option that gives everybody in this audience the chance to pick for their family whether they want private insurance or public insurance and requires drug companies to be negotiated with by Medicare and it provides competition. That is totally different from the plan that Sen. Warren and Sen. Sanders and Sen. Harris have proposed, which would make illegal employer-based health insurance in this country.”
Both Bennet and Biden claimed Harris’ plan would lead to the elimination of employer-based insurance. That could be the case, particularly for plans that would not meet the expansive requirements for coverage of “medically necessary” services Harris outlined.
But there is more to learn about Harris’ plan, released just two days ago — and at least a couple problems with Bennet’s claim.
To start, while Warren, Sanders and Harris all use the term “Medicare for All” to refer to their preferred health care plan, they do not share a single plan.
The Sanders plan (endorsed by Warren) would eliminate private insurance in favor of a government plan. Harris’ plan, though, keeps a role for private insurers willing to offer Medicare coverage that meet certain benefit and cost requirements.
During her plan’s decade-long phase-in, Harris wrote in a Medium post — and Bennet’s campaign cited as evidence — that it would “provide a commonsense path for employers, employees, the underinsured, and others on federally-designated programs, such as Medicaid or the Affordable Care Act exchanges, to transition.”
Would those employer plans transition out of existence? Harris’ campaign did not immediately respond to inquiries about the future of employer-based insurance under her proposal.
DAVIS COUNTY, Utah — Two Davis County police departments are warning about a man who has apparently exposed himself to children at multiple lemonade stands.
Kids in one Kaysville neighborhood love nothing more than setting up their lemonade stand and playing outside during the summer.
“‘Mr. Cheney, Mr. Cheney! You going to buy from us today?’ ‘Well you know I am,'” said neighbor Kerry Cheney, of how the kids come over to his house across the street. “I said, ‘I can’t wait!'”
Neighbors enjoy seeing the kids go from door to door, announcing the lemonade stand is open for business for the afternoon.
“How precious can you get?” Cheney said. “They’re having so much fun with it, and they just can’t wait. Their little eyes light up.”
Doorbell camera video shows an afternoon of fun from last week, until a black Toyota pulled up an hour later and a man bought a cup of lemonade.
One parent said he stayed in his car, and her daughter walked up to the passenger side window with lemonade.
“At that time, he spilled the juice on an area and told my daughter, ‘Can you go get a napkin? I spilled,'” said Megan Seegmiller. “And when my daughter looked down, he exposed himself to my daughter.”
Seegmiller said her 7-year-old ran home to tell her what happened, clearly disturbed, and Seegmiller called the police.
She found out this isn’t the first exposing incident in the area; Farmington Police took three reports in June where a man exposed himself at lemonade stands in different places.
Between the three incidents, eight children ages two to 12 years old were victimized, Farmington Police indicated.
All of the descriptions seem to match up to a single suspect.
“We have been communicating with Farmington PD, we understand maybe some similar incidents that have occurred down there, and we’re working directly with them about their information to see if our cases are in fact the same person,” said Lt. Paul Thompson with Kaysville Police.
Thompson said the suspect is a white male around 30 years old, possibly growing a beard. Farmington Police described the man as a white male around his 30s, with a dark beard and dark hair.
He was seen in a black car. Seegmiller said her daughter thought it was a Toyota Corolla.
Lt. Thompson added that a man with a similar description approached four girls on a trail in early July pretending to have a flat tire, before exposing himself.
Should they find the man, police said he could face serious charges of lewdness or lewdness involving a minor.
Seegmiller said she no longer lets her kids set up the lemonade stand. Their favorite summertime activity is ruined.
“It’s so disturbing. It makes you so angry inside, because kids these days– they should be able to be outside to do lemonade stands,” Seegmiller said. “It’s just so infuriating.”
The FC Schaffhausen to Red-Blue Schaffhausen: VIEW revealed on Saturday that the two Basel Francesco Ciringione and Boris Jaeggi are in the FCS operates. So far in the football unknown Basler Duo is already working together in a publishing house for luxury Magazine. Murat-Yakin-buddy Ciringione is there publisher, Jaeggi is the Executive Director.
the red-blue Team in the FCS is involved, the away game in Vaduz. Club Boss Roland Small, Ciringione and Jaeggi take in the stadium side by side and see the 0:2 defeat in front of the place.
“Boris is a big help,”
The day after, confirmed Small that Jaeggi is the successor of the exempted Marco Truckenbrod Fontana as the FCS is the managing Director and is currently between his publishing Job in Muttenz and the Lipo-Park and forth: “Boris is mainly in the Marketing is a big help. We are a Team, everyone helps each other.”
part of the team is also a sports car-lover Ciringione. He is the FCS-Investor? The sole shareholder is Small in the negative: “He just helps us in the Marketing and in the search for sponsors, he has a huge network of contacts to reputable companies and individuals. He has simply caught fire for the FCS.”
To VIEW information with talk a secret partner Ciringione but in every decision in the club.
MARSHALLTOWN, Iowa — A Marshalltown business is in clean up mode after thieves broke in Sunday, July 28th.
Burglars took more than eight thousand dollars worth of equipment – including Bose speakers, PlayStation systems and video games.
It’s the second time in months the store was broken into.
“Since the tornado we’ve lost a lot of lighting downtown. Our back alley has been dark and we have vacant buildings on both side of us .. due to the tornado. So there’s not activity, ” says John Blabaum, co-owner of Odds & Ends, “There’s not people around, there’s no lights in those buildings and security lights and systems we keep putting up keep getting taken out.”
Police have yet to find the person or people responsible, but Blabaum says there was one thing in common during both burglaries.
“The first thing they did was steal the security system. Its motion activated. If you don`t get in front of it, it doesn`t activate. As soon as you unplug it, it disables everything else and so any alarms I`d get on my phone app they were disabled,” Blabaum says.
While the thieves roam free with thousands of dollars in merchandise, it’s not stopping employees from doing what they love.
“I don`t want to forget about it because I want to catch these people but I do want to forget about it and just go back to selling records and video games,” says Blabaum.
DES MOINES, Iowa — In the dark of night with deadly currents rushing over two stranded boaters, Des Moines police bodycam video shows a heroic water rescue monday at the Scott Street River Bridge’s low-head dam. “When it comes to jumping in the river and facing what they faced, that is just raw courage and full heart,” said Des Moines Police Department Sergeant Paul Parizek.
Liutenant Joe Van Haalan with the Des Moines Fire Department’s wet rescue team has expertise around those low-head dams. He said, “Those create some huge problems for us.” He says the location and time of day presented dangers for even the most experienced on these teams. “It is pretty hard to train for the night stuff. We try to avoid that because of the level of danger involved with that,” said Van Haalan. But, the first responders on the scene weren`t experienced dive team members. They were street cops. Parizek said, “They were just leaving roll call so that`s how they go there that fast. the police department was right around the corner. They were right on top of this.”
Critical thinking, teamwork and resourcefulness helped make the rescue possible. Parizek said, “This is where they got to the moment and had to step up and they did it and they knocked it out of the park.”
The officer with the rope, kept his balance by other officers holding his utility belt. “Every situation is different so it’s pretty tough to have trained for that exact situation,” Van Haalan said.
The fire department handled the vitals of the victims once on dry land. “The best police department in the state, nation. We work well together. Those guys are phenomenal. We’d do anything for them and they`d do anything for us,” said Van Haalan.
Despite not being a part of an actual dive team and in a worst-case scenario environment, these officers had one goal and it was to save lives. “There`s really no other way to describe it. They risked their lives to save someone else,” Parizek said.