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Google: “Unusual traffic from your computer network”

I often happen to receive the message: "Unusual traffic from your computer network" while googling in Russian speaking countries. Google explains this with: You may see "Our systems have ...
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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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how does a sip flood attack work?

I understand that SIP is an application-level protocol that is used to setup/modify/end communication sessions for things like VOIP and instant messenger. I also understand that users can send request ...
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Secure against HTTP FLOOD ATTACK

What is the best way to defend your web site against HTTP FLOOD POST/GET ATTACK ?
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Tools for performing HTTP FLOOD attack?

I'm looking for tools which can perform HTTP FLOOD ATTACK . I seached a lot and this is the only tool I've found DoSHTTP. Does anyone know another tool? I want to test them on my localhost to find ...
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Disadvantages of HTTP GET/POST Flooding Attack?

I asked about What is HTTP GET/POST Flooding Attack? recently and I got a few detailed answers about what they are and how they work. Now I want to find out what are the disadvantages of them.
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What are HTTP GET/POST flood attacks?

I want to know what the main differences are between HTTP GET and POST flood attacks and mitigation strategies for both. I searched a lot but I really can't find some good articles nor examples about ...
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Is it possible to “close” a port by dos'ing it?

If I see port 25 is open, but I dont have access to the program running the smtp server, could It be flooded with enough information to make it unusable (but not affect any other services)?