DDOS Simulation

Why DDoS Simulation?

To simulate a real DDoS attack and the capacity to survive it, we provide DDoS simulation services. In order to verify an organization’s security posture and capacity to resist and cope with such attacks, Nexus Brigade’s DDOS Simulation service simulates various DDoS attacks. Customizable to your company and security requirements, the solution will help you improve your defenses against DDoS attacks in the future.
Your Business Can Benefit From DDoS Simulation Experts at Nexus Brigade

When it comes to controlled simulation, our DDoS experts are unmatched in their knowledge and experience. They will guide you through the assessment of hazards and their possible remedies.

Our team does a comprehensive study on your apps and infrastructure before the simulation to get useful information. The attack team will develop several attack scenarios that imitate real-world DDoS attacks using the information they’ve obtained.

Network (Infrastructure) Level Attacks

Attacks against network components and devices such as firewalls, routers, and load balancers are becoming more common. These attacks have the potential to make the targeted servers inaccessible. These attacks may have an impact on the CPU, memory, or bandwidth use of the component.
Application Level Attacks.
What DDOS Attacks Can We Simulate?

Bandwidth: The attacker uses a large number of bots to overwhelm the server, preventing the target servers from accessing the network. These attacks take all available network bandwidth and prevent genuine users from reaching the compromised sites.

Memory: By leveraging sensitive memory, several sorts of attacks reduce the available memory on the targeted servers:

Are you interested in DDOS simulation to identify major Weaknesses in your network and infrastructure?

CPU: Network devices, servers, and the application itself may all be affected by a CPU exhaustion attack, which is produced by overloading the system with CPU-intensive operations. SSL exhaustion is an example of this sort of attack, which results in significant CPU use.

Connection Table: Each network device or component has a connection table that keeps track of all the connections that are currently in use and their current condition. The attacker floods the target’s connection table by opening a large number of connections to it. When the server’s connection table is full, genuine connections will experience Denial of Service (DoS).

DDoS simulation Services provide business advantages

Improve your DDoS defenses by identifying and repairing network weaknesses.
Maintain the good name of your business.
Realistically, how well prepared you are for a DDoS assault are you?
4. Realistically assess your DDoS protection preparedness before an actual attack.

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