Hitting High Bandwidth on DDoS Attacks

Bandwidth and the number of critical communications service providers targeted by rolling distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks.Network bandwidth is a measure that indicates the maximum capacity of a wireless or wireless network to transmit data over a network connection at a given time. Typically, bandwidth is represented in the number of bits, kilometers, megabits, […]

SYN Flood Attack

What is a SYN Flood DDoS Attack? SYN (Sync) flooding, often caused by botnets, is an attack method that identifies server resources via firewall or perimeter defense. The attack aims to use connectivity resources for backend servers and stateful devices, such as firewalls and loading balancers, by sending multiple TCP-SYN applications to targeted services while […]

Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP)

What is the Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP)? Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) is a protocol used by networks to communicate problems with data transmission. In this definition of ICMP, one of the main ways ICMP is used is to determine whether the data reaches its destination and at the right time. This makes ICMP […]

How a computer can be infected and be part of a DDoS botnet

In computer use, a zombie is a computer connected to a network that has been compromised by a virus, virus, or Trojan. It can be used remotely for malicious activities. Most owners of zombie computers do not realize that their system is used in this way, which is why they are compared to the living […]


What is OWASP? Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) is a non-profit foundation dedicated to improving software security. OWASP operates under the ‘open community model, where anyone can participate and contribute to projects, events, online discussions, and more. OWASP’s guiding principle is that all materials and information are freely available and accessible on their website […]

What should gamers do if they think they are being attacked or DDoSed?

Tying rubber bands and hitting the ping is often more closely related to your home connection than the platform you are on. Often, the only sign you encounter is a DDoS attack that comes out of nowhere with an unexplained dc. How do you know the difference? Start by removing issues of home / ISP […]