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GoDaddy hack breaches hosting account credentials

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May 7, 2020

GoDaddy hack breaches hosting account credentials

The domain registrar giant said that the breach started in October 2019.

According to Timothy Chiu, Vice President of Marketing, K2 Cyber Security:

“Companies continue to get breached with traditional security tools like Web Application Firewalls and Endpoint protection, an indication that we need better security tools. Traditional methods that typically rely on indicators from past attacks just aren’t working. Even NIST realized this – for the first time, they updated their standard to include Runtime Application Self-Protection (RASP) as a requirement for web security.

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K2 Cyber Security delivers the Next Generation Application Workload Protection Platform to secure web applications and container workloads against sophisticated attacks including OWASP Top 10 and memory-based attacks, and provides additional vulnerability detection. K2’s Platform is deployed on production servers for runtime protection of applications and on pen-testing/pre-production servers to identify the location of the vulnerable code in real-time. K2’s solution generates almost no false alerts, eliminates breaches due to zero-day attacks, detects attacks missed by traditional security tools including Web Application Firewalls, and dramatically reduces security cost. K2 Cyber Security is located in the USA, and provides cyber security solutions globally.


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