As you can see, DDoS attacks are the more complex threat because they use a range of devices that increase the severity of attacks. Being attacked by one computer is not the same as being attacked by a botnet of one hundred devices!

Part of being prepared for DDOS attacks is being familiar with as many different attack forms as you can. In this section, we’re going to look at these in further detail so you can see how these attacks are used to damage enterprise networks.

The key difference between DoS and DDoS attacks is that the latter uses multiple internet connections to put the victim’s network offline whereas the former uses a single connection. DDoS attacks are more difficult to detect because they are launched from multiple locations so that the victim can’t tell the origin of the attack. Another key difference is the volume of attack leveraged, as DDoS attacks allow the attacker to send massive volumes of traffic to the victim’s network.
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