I already told you that your immigration history is available to the officers, whether you provide it on the DS160 or not. So even if you say no, they can see that you overstayed, or at least mentioned that you've overstayed in the past, and can still deny you the benefit. You admitting it on the DS160 or not admitting it does not change this fact in any way.
But if you do not admit it, then an officer can say you misrepresented yourself. And if they do that, then you can be assured that you will be denied a visa.
I have given you my professional opinion and the reason why. What you decide to do is your own decision. But if you say NO, and it does not work out for you, you only have yourself to blame.
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