DNS Amplification

This type of amplified DoS attacks exploit the way DNS services operate – a forged domain request is sent to a vulnerable DNS server, and its response, being of a significant size, is forwarded to a victim server, resulting in its link getting overwhelmed with the responses. This type of attack is distinctive in that it is almost impossible to detect where the forged requests come from.

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