I Am Suspended for a DDoS Attack. What’s That?

DDoS, or Distributed Denial of Service, an attack is an attempt to make a machine or network resources unavailable to the intended users.

During an attack, a perpetrator attempts to disrupt a virtual machine or intercept network resources by sending immense amounts of DDoS flood. If the server is unable to answer all fake requests sent to it, the server becomes inaccessible to its users.

For more details regarding this reason for suspension, we suggest reading our Terms of Service.

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