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What does a denial of service page looks like?

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What does a denial of service page looks like? Is it a 404 page?
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I believe a denial of service results in the end-user receive a 404 as if the request for the page was never answered...
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It might result in an internal server error (505) or Network Error (tcp_error).  It all depends on the web server and how it is configured.
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