Understanding DDOS Attacks
A Denial of Service (DoS) attack is an attempt to make a system unavailable to the intended user(s), such as preventing access to a website. A successful DoS attack consumes all available network or system resources, usually resulting in a slowdown or server crash. Whenever multiple sources are coordinating in the DoS attack, it becomes known as a DDoS attack.
|Further information on this exploit can be found in the article entitled “Understanding DDOS Attacks” which is available via the TTCSIRT Website at https://ttcsirt.gov.tt/documents/ddos.pdf|