DNS Flood Attack (DNS Flooding)

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A DNS Flood Attack (DNS Flooding) is an application-specific variant of a UDP flood . Since DNS servers use UDP traffic for name resolution, sending a massive number of DNS requests to a DNS server can consume its resources, resulting in a significantly slower response time for legitimate DNS requests.

 

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