Attack origin - definition of attack origin by The Free Dictionary
1. The location or source from which an attack was initiated.
2. The nation initiating an attack. See also attack assessment.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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Within the source code for the tool is a "deobfuscator" that essentially reverses the algorithm used to disguise the attack origin
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Herberger described the DDoS attacks as well-organised and innovative in the sense that they use newly uncovered vulnerabilities and attack origins
. One example is that they leverage the infrastructure of cloud providers instead of the resources of consumer-oriented computers.