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Protecting Yourself Against Mini-ddos Attacks


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#1 YoKenny

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Posted 03 April 2004 - 08:23 AM

commentary In a recent article, I chronicled what I believe to be a new and looming threat to virtually all business and individual users of the Internet: the Mini-DDoS (mDDoS).

These are distributed denial of service attacks small enough to fly below the security radars of ISPs and law enforcement agencies, but potent enough to shut down cable or DSL modems connections. As evidenced by my inability to do anything about an attack on my connection (which I use to get my job done, but is shared with other family members for personal use), the perpetrators can wreak havoc without fear of reprisals

http://www.zdnet.com...39143572,00.htm
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