BitNinja

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BitNinja is a server security software, a special kind of Computer security tools which protects against a wide range of cyberattack, starting from brute force through DoS attacks to spamming. It is an easy to use software that takes only a couple of minutes to install with a one-line installation code, and after the installation it requires virtually no maintenance. It is a mixture of on onpremise and a cloudbased solution, as the BitNinja itself is an agent which sits on your own infrastructure without the need to redirect your sensitive data, so it does not act as a third party, while it communicates with the central server in the cloud. It has a new developement that is called defence network, meaning that each newly configured BitNinja server collects all the attack details and sends it to the central server and to all the other BitNinja enabled servers, which learn the information. This way the protective shield just gets stronger and stronger with every single attack. It works like an ecosystem. BitNinja is a modular system,[1] because it has more modules that fight against each stage of a cyberattack, starting from the scanning period until the exploitation, the last phase.

Incident Reports[edit]

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BitNinja sends out automatic incident reports to those server owners from whose server it experiences attacks coming towards BitNinja protected servers. As most of the server owners/administrators are not aware of these malicious acts, this incident report system proves successful and effective. The logs are always sent out masked by hashtags due to security issues. One can ask for the unaltered logs from the support team. The logs always include the attacker IP the date of the attack and the victim server and the target domain. It is important to try to identify the root of the problem if you know how to do it, or ask for professional assistance.

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