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* Do you know what HTTP flood attack is?
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An HTTP flood attack is a form of Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) specifically targeting web servers. It overwhelms a server with a massive volume of HTTP requests, disrupting its ability to serve legitimate users. This attack exploits the stateless nature of HTTP protocol, allowing for easy request forgery and amplification.
These attacks can originate from a single source or multiple locations, which makes it challenging to trace and block. HTTP flood attacks are straightforward to execute. Therefore, they are a favored choice among cybercriminals seeking to disrupt online services.
There are two main types of HTTP flood attacks:
- GET floods exploit the HTTP GET method, bombarding the server with many requests designed to look like legitimate user interactions. This wave overwhelms server resources, causing chaos and resource exhaustion.
- POST floods concentrate on the HTTP POST method, attacking the server with numerous data-submission requests. POST floods strain a server's CPU and memory resources, leading to delayed responses or service disruptions.
In case you want to know more about this topic, we recommend you to read the following article about HTTP flood attacks!