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NETSCOUT SYSTEMS, INC. launched Adaptive DDoS Protection for Arbor Edge Defense (AED)

November 2023 by Marc Jacob

NETSCOUT SYSTEMS, INC. launched Adaptive DDoS Protection for Arbor Edge Defense (AED) to protect ISPs and enterprises from DNS water torture attacks. According to the NETSCOUT DDoS Threat Intelligence Report, Domain Name System (DNS) water torture attacks increased 353% in the first six months of 2023, overwhelming Authoritative DNS server resources and bringing down critical DNS services.

DNS water torture is one of many attack techniques adversaries can adopt to bring down DNS infrastructure. NETSCOUT’s Adaptive DDoS Protection for AED protects against many DDoS attack techniques at scale by:

Auto-learning legitimate hostnames for each domain by continually analysing DNS query and response packets
Adapting to DNS server configuration changes to prevent blocking legitimate domains and changes to attack techniques
Intelligently blocking DNS water torture IP sources on a query-by-query basis

Adaptive DDoS Protection gives SOC teams a scalable, always-on, stateless packet processing solution that uses unmatched visibility into more than 50% of all internet traffic, real-time global DDoS attack threat intelligence, and decades of DDoS mitigation experience to automatically detect, adapt to, and mitigate dynamic DDoS attacks.


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