How to protect website from DDoS attack ?

Discussion in 'Questions and Answers' started by Benny_D, May 25, 2018.

  1. Benny_D

    Benny_D Member

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    I wan to protect my website from ddos attackes, Any suggestions ?
     
  2. MVPSNET

    MVPSNET New Member

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    Use a provider that has integrated ddos protection.
    or
    CloudFlare (or similar)
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    Nginx + mod_security (but depends on many things, it's not a one-size fits all solution)
     
  3. Hostfinch

    Hostfinch New Member

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    Using a CDN is a popular way people protect their websites from a distributed denial of service
     
  4. tarunap

    tarunap New Member

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    CDN is a most popular way to protect the website from DDOS attack
     
    Last edited: Sep 5, 2018
  5. vikmanager

    vikmanager Member

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    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.
     
  6. deanhills

    deanhills New Member

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    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.
     
  7. ray_ray

    ray_ray New Member

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    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.
     
  8. fleio

    fleio New Member

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    If you're operating the infrastructure:
    1. Large pipes to protect against attacks that are trying to saturate your bandwidth: 10Gbs - N x 1Tbs, depending on size you want hold against
    2. Routers that can do N x Mpps - against attacks that try to saturate your number of packets per second
    3. A hardware solution that cleans traffic, like Arbor
     
  9. qba82

    qba82 New Member

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    Free Cloudflare is a crap, best solution is to use good colocation services.