VoIP flood

A DoS attack, a variant of UDP flood implemented by sending large amounts of forged VoIP packets from a wide range of IP addresses to a VoIP server, usually used by a call center. As a result, the server wastes too much of its resources trying to handle the bogus requests. Due to some aspects of UDP protocol, a VoIP flood attack can be very hard to detect.

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