LLE10164 : What is a Denial-of-Service (DoS) attack?
You want to know what a DoS attack is.
Simply said a denial of service attack is meant to cause a computer in a network to crash or become so busy processing data that it is useable.
Examples for overloading are Syn-flooding or Smurf-attacks.
Examples for crashing are WinNuke or PingOfDeath.
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