Slow HTTP denial-of-service attack

David Artykov
May 7 · 3 min read
From: stack41.com

Slow HTTP assaults are denial-of-service assaults in which the assailant sends HTTP requests in pieces gradually, to a web server. If an HTTP request isn’t finished, or if the transfer rate is low, the server keeps its assets occupied by sitting tight for the remainder of the information. At the point when the server’s simultaneous connection pool arrives at its maximum, it will create a denial-of-service. Slow HTTP assaults are…