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DDoS protection

Our basic package is limited to a maximum of 500 Mbit/s of throughput, which does not include traffic during an attack.

You can request protection for any IP addresses.

Our service is only available on IP services provided by our company.

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AntiDDoS

43.27 EUR
+ VAT / 1 month
e.g. offer
IPv4 Address: 16
IPv6 Range: /56
Max. Bandwidth: 500 Mbit/s
DDoS Diagram

How Does DDoS Protection Work?

Our own monitoring system analyzes our network traffic 24 hours a day. In the event of an incoming attack, our system recognizes, filters out, and "drops" the unwanted network traffic in a fraction of a second, while forwarding the useful network packets towards the target server, thus sparing our client's machine from the risk of overload and ensuring the expected availability.

What is a DDoS Attack?

A Denial of Service (DoS) attack, also known as an overload attack, and the Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack, is the complete or partial incapacitation of computer services, deviating them from their correct operating mode.

The denial of service attack targets known weaknesses in a specific application, operating system, or some special protocol characteristics (weaknesses). The goal is to prevent legitimate users from accessing important information, the computer system, or even the computer network. As a result of the attack, the system may slow down considerably, become unavailable, or even crash. The essence is to prevent access to the target machine as much as possible.

Who is Affected?

DDoS attacks have become the most common online attack tool today. A company that becomes a victim of a successful attack can suffer serious revenue and prestige loss, so it is definitely worth taking preventative steps and developing an action plan for successful defense.

You may be a potential target if

  • you have a public internet service,
  • but you do not have AntiDDoS protection.