Denial of service ( DoS) is
[w]hen action(s) result in the inability to communicate and/or the inability of an AIS or any essential part to perform its designated mission, either by loss or degradation of a signal or operational capability.
Message handling Edit
Denial of service ( DoS) occurs
↑ NICCS, Explore Terms: A Glossary of Common Cybersecurity Terminology (
NIST Special Publication 800-27A.
Information Security: Weaknesses Continue Amid New Federal Efforts to Implement Requirements, at 5.
OPSEC Glossary of Terms. ↑
ITU, "Compendium of Approved ITU-T Security Definitizons," at 16-17 (Feb. 2003 ed.) ( full-text).
External resources Edit
CERT® Advisory CA-1999-17 Denial-of-Service Tools (Dec. 28, 1999, revised, Mar. 3, 2000) ( full-text).
CERT® Incident Note IN-99-07: Distributed Denial of Service Tools (Nov. 18, 1999, updated, Dec. 8, 1999 and Jan. 15, 2001) ( full-text).
CERT®, Results of the Distributed-Systems Intruder Tools Workshop (Nov. 2-4, 1999) ( full-text).
CERT® Advisory CA-2000-01 Denial-of-Service Developments (Jan. 3, 2000) [ full-text)
CERT® Incident Note IN-2000-05: "mstream" Distributed Denial of Service Tool (May 2, 2000) ( full-text).
CERT®, Trends in Denial of Service Attack Technology (ver.1) (Oct, 2001) ( full-text).
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