Data Foundry Blog - Cybersecurity

What is a Permanent DoS (PDoS) Attack?

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A Permanent Denial of Service attack, or a PDoS attack, is a denial of service via hardware sabotage. One method of conducting a PDoS attack is commonly referred to as phlashing. These PDoS attacks have become increasingly popular with hackers as more and more businesses have moved to cloud computing. This can happen in a number of different ways, but one thing is for certain, a PDoS attack could damage your business.

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What is Cybersecurity?

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Cybersecurity has become one of the most important factors in the modern internet-of-things. While cybersecurity is constantly changing (and is a relatively new development in some ways), its basic foundations are as old as business itself. Time lost is money lost. That said, there are plenty of reasons that you’re going to want your enterprise’s cybersecurity to be top-tier and ready for any potential threat.

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How Secure Colocation Protects Against PDoS Attacks

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In the evolving world of cybersecurity, learning about new risks and potential disruptions is a key to avoiding them. While many may have heard of the more infamous DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) attack by now, today we’re examining the lesser-known PDoS attack.

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