The success of DDoS attacks depends on the filtering done on the client zombies. It is this filtering that we can take advantage of and exploit. If the BOT net cannot connect to the target then it can't flood it with requests.
"A video that was sent back by Curiosity on Feb 28, 2013 is being examined because of an anomaly found in the signal by engineers. It seems to be a structured algorithm that is not consistent with video streams we have been analyzing."
Most search engines do an adequate job at sorting out some of these FLUFF sites but they still somehow show up in search results. Maybe what we need in the search engine tools arsenal is a FLUFF filter.
Most of the information I'm about to go over is available from a number of sources on the Internet but this article may help anyone navigating the often contradictory information you will encounter in doing research on buying from China.