Denial of Service is a family of attacks that attempt to force a target to use up resources (CPU time, memory, bandwidth etc) through flood a target with useless packets, connections or tasks

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DoS attack against a domain registrar and DNS provider

our smalltime registrar comes under DoS often who is also our DNS provider. If we switch our DNS provider, will it let us keep our domain afloat during an attack against the registrar, or do we have ...
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Tracking IP address to prevent abuse without logging user metadata

I am trying to balance good security practices against excessive logging of user metadata / Personally Identifiable Information. I am constructing a web app that tracks IP addresses to prevent abuse, ...
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Locking an enterprise account from an internet facing application

Some corporate applications are most useful when they are accessible from the internet. Outlook Web Access comes to mind. Those application usually have a user directory (usually LDAP) in the ...
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Whose resources does Maltego Footprint L3 exhaust? Mine or target's?

Maltego Footprint L3 says: This perform a level 3 (intense) footprint on a domain. It takes a while and it eats resources. Use with care. Whose resources do they refer to? My resources or the ...
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Ping Of Death reconstruction against a Windows 95 virtual machine

For the sake of demonstration, I'm trying to perform a Ping Of Death sent from a Kali Linux virtual machine to a Windows 95 virtual machine (vmware) on a private network. I've set both vms correctly, ...
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Snort not showing dropped/blocked packets

This question is about SNORT- I m basically trying to detect PING FLOOD attack. I have included the rule**(drop icmp any any -> any any (itype:8; threshold, track by_src, count 20, ...
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DOS attack to increase packets received from a single request?

Is there any attack out there that can be implemented where a single request to a server i host for example responds by sending the same file say 20 times back ? the idea behind the attack is to DOS ...
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SIP DoS classifications

I would like to understand below SIP DoS attacks Message Payload Tampering [implementation errors, SIP bugs] Flow Tampering [CPU, Bandwidth, Memory] Message Flooding [lack of authentication or ...