Tag: IP

DDoS protection, DNS, Network

Load balancing – Great solution for mitigating all risks

Our topic today is Load balancing. If you want to learn about its primary purpose, how it works, and why it mitigates all the risks, you are in the right place. So, let us begin by discussing the meaning of Load balancing.

What is Load balancing?

Load balancing in DNS is a method of distributing client requests across server computers by using domain setup. For example, the domain name might be associated with a website, email system, or any other Internet-based service.

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Cyber attacks, DNS, Network

What is a Teardrop attack and how can it affect you?

A Teardrop attack is a type of Denial-of-Service attack in which the criminal delivers large volumes of malware data to the targeted machine, causing it to fall. Let’s plumb its depths and explain more.

Teardrop attack – detailed explanation

One of the most common DoS (Denial-of-Service) attacks is the Teardrop attack. Its goal is to inundate its target with malicious fragmented data packets that the victim will be unable to reconstruct and, as a result, will be unable to operate. This exploit takes advantage of a unique flaw in the TCP/IP reassembly procedure. As a result, the fragmented data packets exceed the victim’s capacity until it crashes while attempting to process them.

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