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Topic: Understanding distributed denial of service attacks against bitsler, and why there is no need to spread fud

 
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August 23, 2018, 5:33 pm
A DDOS attack, or a Distributed Denial of service attack is an attempt to make an online server unavailable by overwhelming it by overwhelming it with traffic from multiple sources. Attackers build networks of infected computers, known as 'botnets', by spreading malicious software through emails, websites and social media. Once infected, these machines can be controlled remotely, without their owners' knowledge, and used like an army to launch an attack against any target. Some botnets are millions of machines strong.Botnets can generate huge floods of traffic to overwhelm a target. These floods can be generated in multiple ways, such as sending more connection requests than a server can handle, or having computers send the victim huge amounts of random data to use up the target’s bandwidth.

So lets analyze this new information. When a botnet overwhelms a server, the server is no longer able to process all of the incoming traffic, and thus, sites can be taken down. However, at no point are the coins in your wallet in jeopardy.. If you are in the middle of an autoroll, and the site does go down, you can pick up your autoroll when it goes back up by changing your basebet to the amount of your last roll wager.

The site going down is not an exit scam. Dev's will be working hard to bring the site back up. Please be patient, your funds are safe

- TradeFastJr

Source: https://www.digitalattackmap.com/understanding-ddos/
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