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“Can it be used to handle [DDoS]? No. [DoS]? Yes. But it is taking away all your anonymity, you are not 127.0.0.1 anymore, instead you are 127.0.0.1 plus your unique encrypted string. So it can also be used to track you.
If it is a [legitimate] case, it is actually a simple flood [DoS] attack [because]it is the only kind of attack that Java Script can protect. Otherwise it is [Law Enforcement].”
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