Tag Archives: Cache Poisoned Denial of Service

Securing Your Website
10 Nov 2019
Cache Poisoned Denial of Service is an attack vector that disables valid user access to online resources and websites. As caching plays a vital part in the delivery architecture of most web applications, attacks against this infrastructure component can have a significant impact on the availability of an online service. Implementing caching, whether it be on your origin server or by leveraging the services of a Content Delivery Network, is a proven strategy that enhances the end-user experience. By improving page-load speeds, not only [...]