DDoS

DDoS Protection Strategies and Benefits

September 6, 2018
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DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) attack is one of the most common ways to hamper working of a website. The DDoS attack is able to bring down any  website and forbid the genuine traffic from accessing your website. There have been innumerable cases where many reputed organisations, ecommerce websites, banks, financial institutions and other information […]

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What are DDOS Attacks and Why Should You Care?

January 12, 2017
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A DDOS or distributed denial of service attack is a type of cyber-attack that renders a websiteoffline or unavailable by overwhelming it with fake traffic from multiple sources. According to Atlas threat report, more than 2,000 DDOS attacks are carried out daily. A lot of websitesare targeted by these attacks and if you have a […]

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DDoS Attacks: Yes, You Are Vulnerable — But You Can Protect Yourself

October 7, 2014
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It’s an average Tuesday afternoon, when suddenly you begin receiving phone calls from your customers asking why they cannot access your website. You try to check it yourself, and receive error messages indicating that the page is not available, or that the server is busy. Nothing else appears to be amiss — your server is […]

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The Business Case for DDoS Protection

March 16, 2012
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How much does your online business make a day? How important is your reputation? Can you afford to lose 60-70% of your customers in just a few hours? Why should you have to lose all of that? Recently we see a tendency in DDoS attacking that puts small and medium-sized business as well as some […]

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Twitter as DDoS Tool To Crash Websites – You’re Guilty!

March 4, 2010
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If you’re a Twitter user and you follow one of the really big guys with like a million other followers, you could – without knowing it – actually be part of a DDoS attack. DDoS stands for “Distributed Denial of Service” and is used to describe what happens when a website receives so many requests […]

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