PREDICTION AND CLASSIFICATION OF DDOS ATTACKS USING MACHINE LEARNING (2023)
T. Sasi Vardhan, B. Vyshnavi, G. Lahari, V. S. S. N. Akhila, Y. Shravya JCR. 2023: 390-396
A Distributed denial of Service (DDoS) attack is a non-intrusive internet attack made to take down the targeted website or slow it down by flooding the network, server or application with fake traffic. When against a vulnerable resource-intensive endpoint, even a tiny amount of traffic is enough for the attack to succeed. Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks are threats that website owners must familiarize themselves with as they are a critical piece of the security landscape. Navigating the various types of DDoS attacks can be challenging and time consuming. To help you understand what a DDoS attack is and how to prevent it, we have written the following guide.
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