Distributed denial of service attacks (DDOS) and how to prevent them

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Distributed Denial of Service Attacks are when a series of devices initiate flows of traffic to a location that causes and impediment of the network, server or Internet connectivity for a location. The ultimate root of all Distributed Denial of Service Attacks is lack of proper security of systems at the site that is being attacked. Thus the only way to fix the problem and to make sure that it does not recur is to ensure that all systems on the internal network are fully secured.

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