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Discussion in 'Questions and Answers' started by Benny_D, May 25, 2018.
I wan to protect my website from ddos attackes, Any suggestions ?
Use a provider that has integrated ddos protection.
CloudFlare (or similar)
Nginx + mod_security (but depends on many things, it's not a one-size fits all solution)
Using a CDN is a popular way people protect their websites from a distributed denial of service
CDN is a most popular way to protect the website from DDOS attack
I suggest you to order good DDoS protection. You can read reviews and choose the best protection which will be suit you for price and efficiency.
Agreed with the recommendation that if you're concerned about DDoS that you pick your provider carefully - ensure he has additional DDoS protection. Cloudflare isn't set up to protect against DDoS attacks - it only give you the ability to monitor the attack when it happens. If it's to protect a games server, I think one has to go all out to get a host who specializes in games servers as if he is a serious games server host, he'll have purchased additional DDoS protection and be able to offer this to you.
I agree, using CDN is the most popular when it comes to protection, but you can also buy a good DDOS protection for your server.
If you're operating the infrastructure:
Large pipes to protect against attacks that are trying to saturate your bandwidth: 10Gbs - N x 1Tbs, depending on size you want hold against
Routers that can do N x Mpps - against attacks that try to saturate your number of packets per second
A hardware solution that cleans traffic, like Arbor
Free Cloudflare is a crap, best solution is to use good colocation services.