Prevention DoS/DDoS Attacks

Prevention DoS/DDoS Attacks – Distributed attack tools leverage bandwidth from multiple systems on diverse networks to produce potent denial-of-service attacks. To a victim, an attack may appear from different source addresses, whether or not the attacker employs IP source address spoofing. Responding to a distributed attack requires a high degree of communication among Internet sites. Prevention is not straightforward because of the interdependency of site security on the Internet; the tools are typically installed on compromised systems that are outside of the administrative control of future denial-of-service attack targets. Prevention…

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DOS & D-DOS

DOS Denial of service (DOS) is an attack on a computer or network that reduces, restricts or prevent accessibility of system resources to its legitimate users. In a DOS attack, attackers flood a victim system with non-legitimate service request or traffic to overload its resources. Dos attack leads to unavailability of a particular website and slow network performance. Denial of Service (DOS) is a type of attack in which service offered by a system or a network is denied. Services may either be denied, reduced the functionality or prevent the…

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