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  • May 23rd, 2014

    Route Leak Monitor

    Qrator Radar team is pleased to announce launch of our Route Leak Monitor. Routing leaks could occur due to accidental mistakes or with help of comprised routers. But in all cases these routing incidents are undetectable from origin AS and often unnoticed by "leaker" AS. The typical result of route leaks is increase of delays or traffic loss due to bandwidth exhaustion. We provide detailed information about route leaks for both parties: for "leakers" and "victims" AS.

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  • April 22nd, 2014

    Improvements in DDoS amplifiers monitoring module

    Qrator Radar team is pleased to announce several significant improvements in our DDoS amplifiers monitoring module. We have extended the number of supported protocols commonly used for amplification attacks, and we are planning to add the support of other important protocols in the near future. In addition to DNS and ICMP, we are now detecting vulnerable NTP and SNMP servers. Furthermore, we are now monitoring DDoS amplifiers on the entire IPv4 address space, so we are able to detect almost all amplifiers of the specified types in the particular Autonomous System.

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