Juniper has bought web application security firm Mykonos Software in a deal valued at around $80m (£51m) in cash. Mykonos develops technology designed to secure websites and web applications from advanced hacker attacks. The software uses "deception-based technology' that uses honeypotting to detect and divert attacks. The …
Called Mykonos because?
Is it particularly weak against back door exploits?
Oh! I thought they'd bought a Greek island (at a knockdown price) to retire to...
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