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Running head: WEEK 1 LAB 1 Network Attacks Course: SEC-572-1 Phillip Graise Professor: Gregory Gleghorn Date: Thursday, January 30, 2020
WEEK 1 LAB 2 Network Attacks A denial of service (DoS) ambush tries to make an advantage, for instance, a web server, blocked off to customers. These ambushes are commonplace, speaking to over 33% of all system attacks explored in the report. A typical methodology is to over-trouble the advantage with half-baked requests for an organization. The benefit can’t process the flood of sales and either move back or crashes. Distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks is outstanding today. This approach passes on the task to different PCs. Through computerization, the PCs are encouraged to flood a target, consistently without the data of the PCs’ owners. There are a couple of sorts of DDoS attacks. These system ambushes are growing significantly progressively predominant reliably, and some send more than 100 Gbps at top.

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