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Layer-7 DDoS Attacks

The exploit vulnerabilities in distinct apps and their associated protocols layer 7 in the OSI design.
AppS DDoS Attack Pen Test
HTTPS Request Flood
HTTPS flood attacks are one of the most widespread varieties of application-layer DDoS attacks. The interactions happen from web browsers to resemble legitimate user activity. Nevertheless, the packets reassemble with a single goal to exhaust the resources. It includes anything from a calling up URLs for videos or documents with GET requests to making the server process calls to a database from POST requests.
UDP DNS Request Flood
By flooding a DNS server, an intruder may be able to create an outage for all hostnames. Further, the besieged server behaves as the authoritative name server. As DNS fundamentally uses UDP, it has a fabricated origin IP address.
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