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HTTPS Flood

What is HTTPS Flood? - An HTTPS flood is like an HTTP flood but instead consists of a seemingly legitimate set of HTTPS GET or POST requests. An HTTPS flood can also overwhelm and saturate an SSL daemon causing degraded server services due to the resources required to perform asymmetric encryption.

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