AKAMAI STATE OF THE INTERNET Q3 2011 PDF

Please read our privacy policy for more information. AKAMthe leading provider of cloud services for delivering, optimizing and securing online content and business applications, today released its Second Quarter, State of the Internet Report. It is important to note, however, that alamai originating country as identified by the source IP address may not represent the nation in which an attacker resides. Tom Leighton Pamela J.

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Please read our privacy policy for more information. AKAMthe leading provider of cloud services for delivering, optimizing and securing online content and business applications, today released its Second Quarter, State of the Internet Report. It is important to note, however, that alamai originating country as identified by the source IP address may not represent the nation in which an attacker resides.

Tom Leighton Pamela J. Malicious actors switch tactics to build, deploy and conceal powerful botnets percent increase in average peak bandwidth in Q2 vs. The report, which provides analysis and insight into the global DDoS threat landscape, can be downloaded at www. To learn more about how Akamai is accelerating the pace of innovation in a hyperconnected world, please visit www. Tom Leighton Rick M. They potentially pose a significant danger to businesses, governments and other organizations.

Once thought to have been cleaned up, it appears the botnet has been surreptitiously maintained. Attacks in the second quarter of provided indications that the botnet is still in place from its earlier use in the Operation Ababil attacks against financial institutions in By proceeding you agree to the recording and the use of your personal data.

Because of staate effectiveness of these attacks, and the widespread availability of vulnerable cloud-based software, they are likely to continue and may be monetized in the underground DDoS marketplace.

For the first time in the history of the State of the Internet Report, the global unique IP address count declined quarter over quarter, by a nominal 0.

Attack Traffic stwte Security Akamai maintains a distributed set of unadvertised agents deployed across the Internet to log connection attempts that the company classifies as attack traffic. European countries continued to dominate the IPv6 adoption list, holding seven of the top 10 positions. Akamai maintains a distributed set of unadvertised agents deployed across the Internet to log connection attempts knternet the company classifies as attack traffic.

Quarterly Connectivity Reports Their high-volume infrastructure attacks have had signatures that appear to be specially crafted to avoid detection by DDoS mitigation technology. Email Us Email Us??? Growth ranged from just 0. Q2 Akamai Technologies, Inc. Based on the data collected by these agents, Akamai is able to identify the top countries from which attack traffic originates, as well as the top ports targeted by these attacks.

Hesse Tom Killalea Jonathan F. Attacks involving server-side botnets have only been observed by Akamai in the most sophisticated and carefully orchestrated DDoS campaigns. Server-side botnets are preying on web vulnerabilities and reflection and amplification tactics are allowing attackers to do more with less. Cambridge, MA September 30, By proceeding you agree to the recording and the use of your personal data.

A complimentary copy is available as a free PDF download at www. In the coming quarters, we expect to consolidate these publications with the goal of publishing a combined report that delivers an unparalleled level of insight into the Internet threat landscape. For only the third time in the history of the report, Port Microsoft-DS fell to the second-most targeted by attackers. Reflection and amplification attacks were more popular in the second quarter of as compared to the same period inrepresenting more than 15 percent of all infrastructure attacks.

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Samuro Aggregated at a continental level, Europe was responsible for the highest percentage of observed attacks. Download started Please be patient — this may take a moment. With consistent growth in recent years, e-commerce is rapidly becoming a part of the shopping culture in Latin America. Global retail e-commerce sales Average internet speed via fixed connections in the Nordics Number of apps available in leading app stores Details can be found at: Tom Leighton Rick M. State of the Internet Connectivity Reports Akamai With Statista you are always able to make informed decisions and boost your work efficiency. Did you know that the top 3 online stores in Spain achieved a market share of over 20 percent in? Digital Market Outlook Identify market potentials of the digital future.

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The report also provides a review of third quarter Internet disruptions in Lebanon, Jordan and Syria, based on Akamai traffic patterns observed within those countries. This represents an 11 percent increase year over year. Given that a single IP address can represent multiple individuals in some cases — such as when users access the Web through a firewall or proxy server —Akamai estimates the total number of unique Web users connecting to its platform during the quarter to be well over one billion. Of the top 10 countries with the most unique IPv4 addresses connecting to the Akamai Intelligent Platform, Italy 9 achieved an impressive year-over-year increase of 27 percent, followed by the UK 5 with a year-over-year increase of 18 percent. Other European countries in the top 10 global listing were Germany 4 with a year-over-year increase of 6 percent, and France 6 with year-over-year growth of 5.

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