AntiDDoS - protection against DDoS attacks
What is a DDoS attack?
A DDoS attack, which stands for "Distributed Denial of Service", is a type of cyber attack that aims to make a website inaccessible by flooding it with a large number of bogus or illegitimate requests. A DDoS attack usually involves multiple computers that are coordinated to send large amounts of data packets together to a target server. This slows or completely stops traffic on the server, making it impossible to access websites or online services.
DDoS attacks can have serious consequences, including financial loss, reputational damage and loss of user trust.
Premium protection against DDoS attacks
The goal of premium antiDDoS protection is to secure traffic in the event of an abnormally large attack. The solution also has the advantage of making connectivity independent of this antiDDoS protection. In the event of a failure or overload of the external scrubbing center, the route to the Internet is automatically rerouted via other backbone links. The data flow is thus independent of the pre-set antiddos protection. At the same time, the protection is continuously tuned and improved.
Maximum attack size of up to 100 Gbps for up to several hours
Almost no effect of scrubbing the center on latency (1-2 milliseconds)
Resistant to UDP/ICMP network floods
Resistant to HTTP GET/POST attack
Resistant to SYN FLOOD attack
Resistant to server uplink flood attack