Cybersecurity, Security

HTTP/2 Rapid Reset Zero-Day Vulnerability Exploited to Launch Record DDoS Attacks

October 10, 2023

Via: The Hacker News

Amazon Web Services (AWS), Cloudflare, and Google on Tuesday said they took steps to mitigate record-breaking distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks that relied on a novel technique called HTTP/2 Rapid Reset. The layer 7 attacks were detected in late August 2023, […]

Computing, Software & Applications

Google Chrome is making a crucial update to help keep you safe

December 29, 2022

Via: Techradar

A recent code change(opens in new tab) for Google Chrome has uncovered an updated feature that will see the popular web browser automatically preventing insecure downloads from HTTP sites. Formerly the norm, many HTTP sites have since been updated to […]

Computing, Software & Applications

How to use HTTP logging in ASP.NET Core 6

July 20, 2021

Via: Info World

When working in web applications in ASP.NET Core, you might often want to log the HTTP request and responses. The HTTP logging middleware included in ASP.NET Core allows you to log request and response data including headers, body, and common […]


Chrome will remove the ‘Secure’ label on HTTPS sites in September

May 18, 2018

Via: TechSpot

Google is making another change to the way Chrome indicates HTTPS and HTTP sites. Starting with September’s release of Chrome 69, the world’s most popular browser will stop marking HTTPS sites with the green “secure” label in the address bar—it […]

Computing, Software & Applications

HTTP status code 451 will inform users of legal takedowns

December 22, 2015

Via: TechSpot

Most savvy internet users should be familiar with at least a few HTTP status codes. 404, for example, is a common code that informs users when a page can’t be found, and you’ve probably come across others before, such as […]