A DDoS Attack Is A Distributed Denial Of Service Attack

A DDoS Attack Is A Distributed Denial Of Service Attack

On the morning of October 21, 2016, the East Coast of the U.S. experienced huge internet outages. Twitter, Reddit, Spotify, The New York Times site and more were all down. Yikes. So what happened? The havoc was blamed on a massive DDoS attack, which stands for distributed denial of service. Find out what the means in the video below.

DDoS Attacks As Fast As Possible

Good to know next time you experience weird outages.

04:29

The Attack That Could Disrupt The Whole Internet

Think it could be DDoS?

Encryption Explained As Fast As Possible

You've heard the word before.

05:24
See all

Internet

Technology

Illnesses

Space Telescope

Get smarter every day! Like us on Facebook.
You'll get the most interesting and engaging topics in your feed, straight from our team of experts.