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DDoS Protection

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In the last years, we see a high increase of so-called DDoS attacks (Denial-of-service attack) in the past years. The number of DDoS attacks worldwide increased by about 125% year by year.

If you are running a serious online business and don’t want to get shut-down by a stranger groups, competitors or hackers you only have once chance. You need a bulletproofed protection.

There are already a lot of VPS providers who can provide you essential protection against DDoS in the 20-30 Gbit level. But this is mostly not enough today. The botnet's who are used to attack your servers are growing faster and faster these days.

There was a new record in 2015 where a DDoS attack reached about 450 Gbits and took a business down for hours. Botnet's can be hired for cheap money but can destroy your online business and reputation.

Experts estimate the financial losses and damages due to DDoS attacks worldwide of about 1 Billion USD in 2015. That is a frighteningly high number. And not only large companies and banks are targeted.

Our Network Operations Center can see a high increase in attacks on smaller online shops, pages and game servers. Often combined with a ransom payment request from a hacker group.

Most DDoS protections can become very expensive 1000 -2000 USD per month are regular. But we have now a solution for everyone.

We can provide you the protection level you need to withstand even large attacks of up to 500 Gbps. Together with our partner a word wide leading provider of DDoS protections we can provide your VPS the protection currently on two of our four locations, Washington, USA, and Frankfurt, Germany. You can choose from different security levels like detection and mitigation or always on.

The best is the price. It will only coast you the price of a large coffee at Starbucks. For just 3 USD extra per month, we can provide you the protection. This price is per IP / VPS and can be used locally on a VPS hosted with us, or you can even build your GRE tunnel to use the protected IP with any other provider.

Don’t wait to let your page get attacked and be offline for hours or even days. We promise you that our protection is one of the best available and for sure for the best price on the market.

All other locations will follow soon with the same security options.

How does our DDoS protection works?
We operate different sensors in our network.

When a suspicious pattern is detected, traffic toward that IP is redirected for mitigation in the same datacenter Security Cloud.

The process of detecting, filtering and hijacking are completely automated, and it is so fast that it seems to be in real-time.

Does it stop any attack?
Yes at the moment it stops all known attacks - and if something new is used our partners and our NOC team will provide the needed protection and update the filtering.

Which kind of attacks we can stop?

Volumetric Attacks
UDP Flood Attacks
TCP Flood Attacks
UDP Fragmentation Attacks

Reflective Attacks
DNS Amplification
NTP Amplification
Chargen Responses
SSDP/UPNP Responses
SNMP Responses

Resource Exhaustion Attacks
Private IP address attacks
Invalid port numbers
Slow HTTP requests (Slowloris, RUDY, etc.)

Who is your DDoS Protection provider?
We work with Voxility one of the best and leading providers of DDoS protection for enterprises.

What is your anti-DDoS capacity?
The exact number we don't publish for security reasons, but we can protect your Virtual Server against at least against an unlimited number of packets per second within 500Gbps.

Will I see any latency issues or slow down?
No, as we have the security clouds in-house we don't have to re-route your traffic on external connections like many other providers. So we can provide one of the lowest latency times.

What is a DDoS Attack?
A denial-of-service (DoS) attack is an attempt to make a server or network resource unavailable to its intended users, such as to temporarily or indefinitely interrupt or suspend services of a host connected to the Internet.

A distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) is where the attack source is more than one, often thousands of, unique IP addresses. It is analogous to a group of people crowding the entry door or gate to a shop or business, and not letting legitimate parties enter into the shop or business, disrupting normal operations.


    Washington and Frankfurt only!