How do DDoS attack work on non-server ?

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Re: DDos

Let's say that denial of service makes no sense if you don't offer a service like a server does. So it doesn't work.


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hey kees !! thanks for the answer !!! it completely slipped out my mind that i had already asked this question here !!! was looking for an answer thats why posted a different thread !!!
Thanks for bringing it to my notice !!!

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