Denial-of-service attacks are characterized by an explicit attempt by attackers to prevent legitimate use of a service. There are two general forms of DoS attacks: those that crash services and those that flood services. The most serious attacks are distributed.
A distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) is a large-scale DoS attack where the perpetrator uses more than one unique IP addressor machines, often from thousands of hosts infected with malware.
Redundant DNS DNS is a mission-critical service for every enterprise. When DNS fails, or is taken down in an attack, the websites, applications and online services that depend on it effectively disappear from the internet taking revenue and brand reputation down with it.
Application-layer (Layer 7) DDoS attacks use a network of bots (also known as a botnet) to send massive amounts of garbage traffic to a website. This only purpose of this traffic is to flood a web server with requests. Typically, especially for a Layer 7 DDoS attack, bots attempt to access a siteby simulating human activity, sometimes through something as simple as an Apache Benchmark command line. This behavior is unlike humans, who access sites through real web browsers.
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