2023 DDoS Attacks Statistics and Observations
Reports

The year 2023 turned out to be quite rich in events and trends in the field of cybersecurity. We witnessed a new term "white noise", the development of artificial intelligence led to increased bot activity, which significantly affected commercial companies. We detected signs of a resurgence in popularity of commercial DDoS attacks. The implementation of "remote office" technologies led to the expansion of communication channels and, as a result, increased intensity of attacks. But first things first.

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2023 Internet Segment Reliability Report
Radar

The study delves into the Sustainability of National Internet Segments, revealing crucial insights into Internet reliability across countries.

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Q3 2023 DDoS Attacks Statistics and Observations
Reports

We invite you to take a look to DDoS attacks mitigation and BGP incidents statistics recorded for the third quarter 2023.

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Welcome to our new website
Radar

We are excited to announce the launch of our brand new Qrator.Radar website.

We completely redesigned our backend, having unified it for both Real-time BGP monitoring and the new radar.qrator.net site. This brings several advantages, including improved data consistency and performance.

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Q2 2023 DDoS attacks statistics and overview
Reports

We invite you to take a look to DDoS attacks mitigation and BGP incidents statistics recorded for the second quarter 2023.

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Q1 2023 DDoS Attacks and BGP Incidents
Reports

Let's take a deeper look at the Q1 2023 DDoS attacks mitigation statistics and observations from Qrator Labs' perspective.

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Qrator.CDN Image Manager
Features

We are glad to announce availability of a new visual content optimization tool at Qrator.CDN – support for the Image Manager.

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New Feature of Qrator.CDN – No Limit Vary Header Support
Features

Meet a new Qrator.CDN functionality – no limit support of the Vary response header (including cookies) designed to simplify the architecture of a web resource and reduce its maintenance costs.

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Q4 2022 DDoS Attacks and BGP Incidents
Reports

Now that 2022 has come to an end, we would like to share the DDoS attack mitigation and BGP incident statistics for the fourth quarter of the year, which overall saw unprecedented levels of DDoS attack activity across all business sectors.

In 2022, DDoS attacks increased by 73.09% compared to 2021. 

Let's take a closer look at the Q4 2022 data.

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BGP Route Leak prevention and detection with the help of the RFC9234
Radar

All the credit is due to the RFC’s authors: A. Azimov (Qrator Labs & Yandex), E. Bogomazov (Qrator Labs), R. Bush (IIJ & Arrcus), K. Patel (Arrcus), K. Sriram.

What are route leaks in the context of BGP routing

According to RFC7908: “A route leak is the propagation of routing announcement(s) beyond their intended scope. That is, an announcement from an Autonomous System (AS) of a learned BGP route to another AS is in violation of the intended policies of the receiver, the sender, and/or one of the ASes along the preceding AS path. The intended scope is usually defined by a set of local redistribution/filtering policies distributed among the ASes involved. Often, these intended policies are defined in terms of the pair-wise peering business relationship between ASes (e.g., customer, transit provider, peer).”

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