A Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack is a malicious attempt to disrupt the normal traffic of a targeted server, service

These devices, known as "bots" or "zombies," are typically infected with malware and controlled remotely by an attacker.

During a DDoS attack, the attacker coordinates the bots to send a large volume of requests to the targe

1. *Volumetric Attacks:* These flood the target with a high volume of traffic, overwhelming its bandwidth capacity. Examples include UDP flood and ICMP flood attacks.


2. *Protocol Attacks:* These exploit vulnerabilities in network protocols to consume server resources. 

3. *Application Layer Attacks:* These target the application layer of the OSI model, aiming to exhaust server resources or crash the application.

DDoS attacks can have serious consequences, including financial losses, reputational damage, and loss of customer trust.

Mitigating DDoS attacks often involves deploying specialized hardware or software solutions, 

Working with internet service providers to filter malicious traffic, and implementing best practices for network security.

Thanks for Watching on Bugs Solutions :)