window attack

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A form of denial of service attack which relies on the fact that administering visible widgets such as Windows and buttons on a screen consumes a large amount of resources. A typical example of a window attack might involve the creation of a large number of windows displayed on a screen. The amount of resources required to manage such a large number of windows can easily render a computer inoperable.

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