More than one million cybersecurity attack vectors in the past few months

Like every battle in history, you'll know that no two fights are exactly alike. Every day there is a war in the business world nowadays. 

Some are trying to gain more customers, and others are trying to steal other companies information to achieve a higher edge. And there are others who want to hack the organisation to bring down the reputation of the company. 

As if in battles and real war, when a criminal is trying to hack an organisation, they won't re-invent the wheel unless they have to: They'll draw upon a current arsenal of attacks:  malware, phishing, or cross-site scripting (XSS) and social engineering attacks. 

Whether you're trying to make sense of the latest data breach headline in the news or analysing an incident in your, it helps to understand the different ways an attacker might try to cause harm. Here’s an overview of most common types of attacks we have seen in recent months in our online services.

Our security team is working extremely hard to counter cybersecurity attacks, and we are taking now strict measure to monitor security activities on our servers across the world. Of course, many businesses are hit by bots and criminals every day. Similarly, recently we were also hit by more than one million cybersecurity attack vectors. 

The security engineer advises us that most common attack we saw were:

1. SQL Injection
2. Phishing attempts
3. Cross-site scripting
4. Denial-of-Service
5. Session hijacking attempt
6. Social engineering malware
7. Credentials Reuse

We have taken severe measure to counter these security threats, and we have announced bug bounty program for those who will succeed to hack any of our online services. 

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