Peer to peer attack

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Peer-to-Peer attacks exploit the fabric of peering technology to perform attacks. These attacks distinguish themselves from other types of attacks because of the following: 

1. Attacker doesn't have to communicate with the clients for subversion and

2. The automated nature of Peer-to-Peer technology can allow for BOT like amplification of an attack with the permission of the victim.

 

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