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#1 gam3vidz

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Posted 17 September 2017 - 12:02 AM

Hey guys its steve I wanted your guys to the opinion on who offers the best DDoS protection? and can you share your exp with ddos or have a ddos story to share

#2 Sir Java

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Posted 18 September 2017 - 01:59 AM

A lot of people will use cloudflare, even though they had that exploit not too long ago. They do a pretty good job, especially for the cost. In the end, 99% of the time you [Hopefully] will not need ddos protection, besides the basic one that most hosts have built into their dns (usually a premium dns package)

Another thing to consider before getting cloudflare, is that EVERYTIME someone wants to open your site, they have to sit through like 2-5 seconds of the cloudflare "verification". This is a turn off to many people.

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Posted 21 September 2017 - 04:29 AM

View Postgam3vidz, on 17 September 2017 - 12:02 AM, said:

Hey guys its steve I wanted your guys to the opinion on who offers the best DDoS protection? and can you share your exp with ddos or have a ddos story to share
I have my forum hosted on koddos.net and though I mostly had no need for DDoS protection I had 4-5 days in October 2015 where it was under DDoS with transfer like 25MB/min. I wouldn't even notice it (the forum was working normally) if I hadn't received a warning about getting out of allocated monthly data transfer... :) When I look at the bandwidth log in any given month I can see occasional spikes or periods of time with over 1MB/min transfer but I never actually notice it.

#4 Exclusive Gaming

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Posted 27 September 2017 - 03:23 PM

It depends on what you are looking for. If it is a Virtual Private Server you are looking for to buy, then i can suggest you https://wwwhostinger.com. It provides full DDoS protection for your VPS and you dont have to worry about anything else.

If you are looking for a WebHosting with DDoS Protection as well as SSL that comes with it i would recommend you guys to use: https://www.interserver.com. Its an amazing webhosting that allows you to pay Monthly too. Hope i helped enough.

#5 appz

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Posted 03 October 2017 - 12:33 AM

Sence the start of cloudflare ive been using their service, never once they have failed any project big or small ;)

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Posted 04 October 2017 - 08:22 AM

incapsula is best for the ddos protection and they have best support then cloud flare and greatest protection

#7 DrSpawn

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Posted 05 October 2017 - 06:11 PM

cloudflare is a good solution for site ddos protection even when its not set under attack it can filter all layer4 and most of layer7 ddos attacks.
for vps/dedicated i currently use ovh and i am pretty happy with the solution they offer.

#8 KuyaJaaam

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Posted 08 October 2017 - 03:13 PM

I suggest you to use blazingfast if you're looking for web hosting and javapipe for vps these two offers great DDoS Protection.

#9 PavSwag

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Posted 14 October 2017 - 10:36 AM

I've received serious threats and never been hit with trentahost. they are offering cheap and affordable webhosting/ VPS

#10 jascaldeira

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Posted 05 November 2017 - 03:03 AM

i use OVH servers, they have a ddos protection on their servers, and no problems until then

#11 AnTecGen

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Posted 05 November 2017 - 05:10 AM

OVH have pretty damn good protection and mitigation services for their servers. OVH (for a VPS or Dedicated) are the best ones to go with in my opinion.

#12 Bhupesh

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Posted 05 November 2017 - 01:41 PM

If your organization is debating the merits of a DDoS protection appliance compared to a DDoS scrubbing service, the following is a short explanation of the key differences between these types of DDoS protection solutions.
Before I begin, here’s some background information…In the past, organizations had only two options for handling DDoS attacks: black-holing or scrubbing. Black-holing involves having a carrier or ISP would black-hole the IP address of the DDoS victim, so that all traffic destined for that IP address was discarded by upstream peers. This protected everyone else on the carrier infrastructure, but shut down the victim entirely. In effect, this represents a perfect denial of service, so it’s not at all a true mitigation solution.
The other traditional method is cloud-based scrubbing, which makes use of separate DDoS traffic-cleaning engines. The solution starts with edge routers that monitor the Internet flow to a Website to look for anomalies. These can take the form of an increase in connections or bandwidth usage. Once bursts of attack traffic have been identified, in most cases a human analyst comes on the scene to determine whether intervention is required.
Disadvantages of Cloud-based DDoS Scrubbing:
  • It Can Be Expensive. If the analyst decides to enable a response, traffic is then normally re-routed through to a scrubbing center. These are typically hosted in the cloud, and capture DDoS flows and remove as much of the enemy traffic as possible to get customers back up and running. Existing out-of-band scrubbing centers require human intervention, so the costs associated with this approach are substantial; switching to the cloud in each instance of a sub-saturation, short-duration DDoS attack can figuratively speaking, “break the bank.”

    Enterprises typically pay a monthly subscription for an on-demand scrubbing service, and then pay additional service fees for scrubbing as needed. This makes budgeting for DDoS attacks unpredictable, and potentially expensive depending on the volume of a DDoS attack. An enterprise can purchase “always-on” cloud services, but that approach tends to be too expensive for most enterprise IT budgets.
  • Human Intervention is Less Effective. Human intervention adds latency to the remediation process. The average time that it takes from detection to mitigation in a scrubbing center is 30 minutes. Even the best-equipped organizations can’t get that time below 15 minutes; and those without big-company resources can take days to complete their mitigation efforts. In an always-on world where downtime is a problem, this can have serious consequences.

    Furthermore, there is the issue of whether DDoS attacks are even noticed by IT security staff. Corero research has found that low-threshold, short-duration, multi-vector, highly effective quick DDoS strikes are on the rise. Such attacks usually fall “under the radar” of traditional scrubbing solutions; therefore, by the time on-demand scrubbing defenses are engaged, the damage has been done, it’s too late for remediation.
  • Traditional Scrubbing Doesn’t Address Multi-layer Attacks. Attackers are increasingly implementing techniques to profile the nature of the target network’s security defenses, and utilizing subsequent techniques to implement second or third attacks designed to circumvent an organization’s layered protection strategy. To defeat these sophisticated attacks, a granular analytics capability is required for customizing detection filters and blocking the attack immediately.
The ideal solution is an on-premises DDoS protection appliance, like Corero’s SmartWall® Threat Defense System, that can, if desired, be paired with an on-demand scrubbing solution. Corero’s SmartWall has an in-line, software-defined architecture that provides automatic threat detection and in-line mitigation; it detects and then cleans traffic in milliseconds as it goes through the system. It eliminates the requirement to manually analyze events, and negates the need to reroute all traffic (good and bad) in order to clean it, before returning it to the network. Furthermore, unlike a hosted scrubbing center, the appliance itself cannot be “DDoS-ed.”
Benefits of the Corero DDoS Protection Appliance:
  • In-line, real-time, 365/24/7 detection and blocking
  • Zero latency/delay; instant mitigation
  • Accurate, precise removal of all types of DDoS threats
  • Programmable filters to target zero-day attacks and multi-vectors
  • Scalability in increments of 10GB to whatever level is necessary
  • Unparalleled analytics and DDoS event visibility.
DDoS attacks are clearly becoming more common, and increasing in volume, so IT security professionals need to address the DDoS threat and decide which solution makes the most sense for their organization. Solutions vary according to total cost of ownership, security effectiveness and performance. When comparing the various solutions, organizations should refer to the most recent NSS Labs DDoS Prevention Solution Value Map, in which Corero received the coveted “Recommended” Rating.
If you’d like to learn how Corero can protect your organization from a DDoS attack, contact us.  To learn more about modern DDoS protection download the report, Evolution of DDoS.


This Benefits of ddos protection can't get on cloudflare it is obtain through invision virus

Edited by Bhupesh, 05 November 2017 - 01:41 PM.


#13 pecusky

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Posted 05 November 2017 - 10:42 PM

I use BlazingFast and I do not complain - I recommend :)

#14 hau1pro

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Posted 06 November 2017 - 01:40 AM

I want to say that cloudflare is a best solution for site ddos protection.
even when its not set under attack it can filter all layer4 and most of layer7 ddos attacks.
for vps/dedicated i currently use ovh and i am pretty happy with the solution they offer.

#15 ksinclair

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Posted 02 December 2017 - 12:44 AM

Personally I'd say run AWS elastic, OVH, or Cloudflare. I personally run a combo, OVH, and Cloudflare on most of my projects. Depending on the size, and the expected traffic. If its for a game server or something you could probably tunnel the traffic through to avoid resolving past the DDoS protection.

#16 flowzscripter

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Posted 21 December 2017 - 03:27 AM

Personally, the DDOS Protection I use is always built in, but you can use BuyVM's. I heard they do some decent DDOS Protection.

#17 gitarka112

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Posted 23 December 2017 - 11:39 PM

blazingfast.io tunnel is good

#18 Leonnatus

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Posted 24 December 2017 - 08:06 AM

Cloudflare is good since they rarely judge your website. I tend to satisfy myself with the included DDoS protection which Vilayer gives when I've hosted servers.

#19 Mercedes-Benz

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Posted 24 December 2017 - 05:55 PM

View Postgitarka112, on 23 December 2017 - 11:39 PM, said:

blazingfast.io tunnel is good

Blazing has 50% Uptime you'd get attacked easy

#20 YourShadow

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Posted 24 December 2017 - 11:39 PM

Most people use cloudflare as a DDoS protection and I think this is the best protection you can buy on the internet.
But there are some unadvantages with the costs, but you can choose everytime a cheap DDoS protection if your website isn't that big.(e.g amazon..or idk)




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