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3.4 DDoS



In March 2011, South Korea and the United States experienced a series of DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) attacks attributed to North Korea. These cyberattacks targeted various government, financial, and media websites, overloading them with traffic to disrupt their normal operations. The attacks aimed to incapacitate key online services, causing significant disruptions and highlighting the increasing threat of cyber warfare from state-sponsored actors. The incidents underscored the vulnerabilities in cybersecurity infrastructure and the ongoing risks posed by sophisticated cyber threats.