Detect and mitigate botnets
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Streamline botnet attack detection and mitigation with Log360

Streamline botnet detection with advanced threat analytics

Advanced thread analytics allows you to streamline botnet detection with
  •  Global threat feeds

    Log360 combines both open-source and commercial threat feeds with over 600 million blocklisted IPs to monitor for botnets continuously.

  •  Geolocation for threats

    Log360 also provides information on the location of the source domain, the ISP of the organization that owns the domain, etc.

  •  Prebuilt attack rules

    Log360 allows you to easily detect botnet attacks with over 30 predefined attack rules. You can also create your own correlation rules with the custom correlation builder.

  •  Real-time alerts

    Log360 provides instant alerts through emails and SMS when a malicious IP interacts with your network.

Streamline botnet detection with advanced threat analytics

Mitigate botnet attacks with incident response

Incident response helps you alleviate botnet attacks with the help of
Streamline botnet detection with advanced threat analytics
  •  An intuitive incident dashboard

    Log360’s incident dashboard sorts security incidents by priority and source, helping you keep track of each security incident from detection to resolution.

  •  Automated incident workflows

    Log360 allows you to design custom incident workflows using a drag-and-drop interface. These workflows are triggered automatically when an alert is raised.

  •  A built-in ticketing console

    Log360’s built-in ticketing console automatically generates a ticket when an alert is triggered. You can keep track of the tickets created using the incident dashboard.

  •  Integration with external help desk tools

    In addition to raising tickets in the built-in console, you can also integrate Log360 with external help desk software. Tickets can be assigned to an appropriate security admin in your organization for resolution.

reasons to choose Log360

Compliance with regulatory mandates

Effortlessly comply with regulatory mandates, like PCI DSS, HIPAA, SOX, the GDPR, and the CCPA.

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threat feeds

Leverage threat feeds to discover malicious IPs, domains, and URLs.

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Security orchestration, automation, and response (SOAR)

Speed up incident mitigation by triaging security threats and automating incident response.

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User and entity behaviour analytics

Spot anomalous behaviour with Log360’s UEBA module.

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Security of
cloud data

Protect cloud data and cloud accounts from unauthorized access.

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Frequently asked questions

What is a botnet attack?

A botnet attack is a type of cyberattack that takes place when a group of devices connected to the internet are under the influence of a malicious attacker. The attacker uses these devices to launch large-scale phishing campaigns, DDoS attacks, or even exploitation of sensitive data.

How does a botnet attack take place?

Botnet attacks usually start when a cyberattacker gains unauthorized access to machines by injecting malware or trojans, or employing other social engineering tactics to gain access. After the initial access, the attackers use software to bring the machines under their control and launch large-scale cyberattacks.

What are the most common types of botnet attacks?

Attackers use different tools and methods to carry out botnet attacks. Some of the most common attacks are:

  • Phishing attacks Phishing attacks are carried out using social engineering tactics that persuade an individual to perform an action that allows the attackers to steal information.
  • DDoS attacks DDoS attacks take place when bots overload a server with web traffic in an effort to crash it.
  • Brute-force attacksBrute-force attacks are carried out by attackers who try to guess passwords, login information, or encryption keys by a trial-and-error method.