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August 22, 2023

Whether your network’s traffic ebbs and flows or consistently pushes high numbers, ensur..

What is the role of load balancers in network performance?

Whether your network’s traffic ebbs and flows or consistently pushes high numbers, ensuring that your servers are up for the task and won’t become overwhelmed is a crucial resource allocation challenge. Load balancers are designed specifically to address this concern.

Network load balancers distribute network traffic across a group of backend servers, sometimes called a server farm or server pool. In doing so, they prevent any one server from getting bogged down with activity, such as traffic spikes that can cause network disruption or slowdown. If a server goes offline or is otherwise unable to perform, the load balancer will allocate the traffic that would have otherwise gone to it to the other servers within the pool.

Read the complete article to learn more about the role of load balancers in network performance.

News roundup Mon, August 21, 2023

Stories, news, politics and events impacting the network security industry during the last week.

  • New BlackCat ransomware variant embeds Impacket and RemCom onto targeted systems
  • Microsoft PowerShell Gallery can be used to set the stage for a number of attacks
  • CISA reports on critical Citrix ShareFile flaw under active exploitation
  • Major flaws in Ivanti Avalanche affect 30,000 organizations
  • LinkedIn users targeted in widespread account stealing campaign
  • Hackers using fake beta apps to circumvent app store security policies
  • Avada WordPress theme and plugin contains multiple security flaws
  • Fake TripAdvisor complaints hiding new Knight ransomware
  • Newly discovered Python URL parsing flaw could allow for command execution attack
  • Read more

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