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A denial of service (DOS attack)  is an attempt to make a website or internet service unavailable to its users. Depending on the configuration of  the servers where the website or service is hosted, the effect of the DOS attack may be minimal or the service will be unavailable for a long time. High profile (and high traffic) websites are more likely to be the target of  a DOS attack . Though ddos attack on websites are widely covered online, the dos attack may be on an indivual internet user to prevent him or her connecting to the internet. For the webmaster when an Idea internet connection will be used, a dos attack will be usually launched. Those attacking have information about when the user will connect to the internet, hence the internet usage will be reduced to the minimum, and the internet connection made at times, when most people are asleep. For example before 6 am in the morning in India most people are fast asleep hence connection speed will be very good . however even this has been manipulated by powerful officials in the indian internet sector to falsely claim that their lazy greedy call girl and cheater friends goan diploma holder siddhi mandrekar, bsc sunaina, shivalli brahmin cheater nayanshree hathwar and others are doing all the work, when they do not do anything. These women only have powerful fraud relatives and friends who are able to monitor all the activity on the laptop and then falsely claim that these lazy greedy cheater women are doing the work to get them lucrative government jobs at the expense of the webmaster. nayanshree hathwar has cheated the webmaster of more than Rs 1.1 lakh, yet due to the casteism, fraud brahmin women are rewarded for cheating honest single woman engineers, Other work should be done during the day

 

The symptoms of  a DOS attack are as follows:

1. Slow opening of  files or accessing of  websites due to slow network performance

2. Non-availability / difficulty accessing  the targeted website

3. Significant increase in the number of  spam emails received.

 

Most DOS attacks are implemented by either using web server resources by increasing CPU load,  restarting the web server or consuming so much bandwidth that genuine users of  the website are unable to access it. 



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