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7.7 DDoS



In July 2009, South Korea and the United States were targeted by a series of Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks, widely attributed to North Korean actors. These attacks involved overwhelming various websites and online services with excessive traffic, causing them to crash or become inaccessible. The targets included government, financial, and news websites in both countries. The coordinated cyberattacks highlighted the growing threat of state-sponsored cyber warfare and underscored the vulnerability of critical infrastructure to such disruptions.